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    Dr Arun K Mishra is a Consultant Ophthalmic Surgeon in UK NHS since 1972. He has also been a visiting ophthalmologist in India (Motihari) for 2 months every year since 1989.

Questions Answered by me

Wearing glasses will not make the power better. It only improves the sight. Cylindrical lenses mean he has astigmatism, which is due to oval shape...

Answered on : 14 Aug 2008

You are unnecessarily worried too much about your vision. You are suffering from myopia or short sightedness. This is not even a disease, this is...

Answered on : 12 Aug 2008

This sort of a narcotic does not affect the cornea but the fact that you are dependent on anything suggests your mental weakness and lack of will...

Answered on : 29 Jul 2008

No, her eyesight will not improve, but with glasses this should be normal now. The difference between the two eyes is not significant. What ever...

Answered on : 22 Jul 2008

This is called amblyopia or lazy eye. It is caused by unequal lens power requirement in the two eyes as a result of which brain suppresses the...

Answered on : 21 Jul 2008

It seems that your wife has developed optic nerve inflammation or atrophy as a result of Brain TB & meningitis. Once the treatment is...

Answered on : 15 Jul 2008

Your mother is suffering from a condition called Arcus senilis. It a white ring at the periphery of the cornea occurring in older adults. It is...

Answered on : 05 Jul 2008

Squint can be corrected surgically at more or less any age but cause of squint and visual function has to be investigated. Outcome will depend on...

Answered on : 26 Jun 2008

This is called Plica semilunaris and it is normal to have it. Only if you are allergic to something, it causes irritation. Had it been a proper...

Answered on : 23 Jun 2008

Myopia is caused by a large size of the eye ball and you are usually born with this condition but may also develop later. In your case, you were...

Answered on : 12 Jun 2008
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