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Retinal Detachment: Risk Factors And Protection

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Retinal detachment is a displacement of the retina from its normal position. There are various causes of retinal detachment. Book an appointment with the best eye clinic in Mumbai if you experience any problem with your vision.

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LASIK VS CONTACT Lens : The Risks

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LASIK and contact lens are the methods for providing a clear vision and a good cosmetic look to the face. However, there is always a discussion about which method is the best. While Lasik is permanent, Contact lens requires daily, or weekly or monthly replacement and both have their own pros and cons.

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Artificial Iris Implantation: Journey With Technical And Regulatory Issues

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Artificial iris implantation is the process of removing the damaged natural iris and replacing it with the artificial iris. The defect in the iris may be due to a variety of reasons including the congenital deformities and the acquired abnormalities. The acquired iris damage may be caused due to trauma during surgery, penetration of the

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Is Immune System A Cause For Glaucoma?

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Before initiating the discussion about the relationship between the autoimmune disease and glaucoma, let’s have a quick review of the impact of the immune system on eyes. The body has various sites that are immune privileged. These sites are places in the body where the graft tissues can be placed without any concern of tissue

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How to keep your eyes healthy and prevent and treat dry eyes

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Nutrition plays an important role in dry eye disease. There has been a paradigm shift in using good quality Omega 3s nutritional supplements as a primary treatment for dry eyes. High quality oral supplementation of Omega 3s fatty acids in the appropriate dose, changes the fatty acid composition of the meibomian gland secretions (oil secreting

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Presbyopia Correction – Options Of Treatment And Stages Of Presbyopia

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There is a three stage classification system for presbyopia. This is based on the normal phases of crystalline lens changes that occur with aging. The lens ages similarly to the skin. As disulfide bonds accumulate inside the lens through all three stages, the lens loses flexibility and its density increases. Stage 1- average age of

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