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Month: May 2022

Visual Impairment And Its Types

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Many people have faced some types of problems related to vision in their life. Some can not see distant objects, and some cannot see near objects. These types of treatments are known as refractive error can be corrected by using glasses and lenses.
Few causes of vision loss are irreversible and cannot be corrected using glasses. These visual impairments should be treated in time.

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Recognizing Problems Associated With Childhood Vision

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Healthy functioning of the eyes is essential to a child’s development because all activities including schooling depend on visual activity. Experts have estimated that more than half of the difficulties that child faces in learning are due to undiagnosed vision problem. So, an eye examination should be made an essential part of a routine paediatric examination.

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Pinguecula And Pterygium

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Pinguecula is a condition in which you may observe growth or bump on the white surface of the eyes. It is generally a degeneration of the tissues of the white portion of the eyes that is also known as the conjunctiva. Most of the time, it occurs on the corner side of the eyes, generally on the side of the nose. But, it can occur on either side of the eye. Also, it can occur in either of the eyes. People can be affected by pinguecula at any age, but it more commonly affects middle-aged people and older people.

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Is Your Retina Affected By Persistent High Blood Sugar Levels?

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It is estimated that more than 30 million of the population are living with diabetes in India. And according to estimation, around 7.7 million people have coexistent diabetic retinopathy. That is why this is one of the most widely recognized reason for impaired vision in adults. The spread and effect of diabetic retinopathy have been expanded vastly in recent years. This condition of diabetic retinopathy is caused when wall of blood vessels in the retina get damaged by the increased level of sugar in the blood. These blood vessels can swell and leak and cause the blood flow to reduce and stop.

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How Does Amblyopia Affect The Children?

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Lazy eye is an eye condition that affects the vision of the affected person. A child may have amblyopia (or lazy eye ) in one eye or both eyes. If one of the eyes is weaker, the brain begins ignoring the blurry eye and starts using the normal stronger one. It allows the blurry eye to get lazy because it is less active. It can be corrected if diagnosed and managed in time. Many treatments are available to correct this medical condition.

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Everything You Should Know About Visian ICL Surgery

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Today, more than 40% of the world’s total population is suffering from myopia or nearsightedness. In addition, many people also suffer from decreased visual acuity. Recent advancements in technology have helped us improve the vision of the majority of the population. Phakic lens implantation is one such procedure which gives freedom from thick glasses. In other words, Phakic lenses are alternatives to contact lenses and LASIK.

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