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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

You only need glasses for two reasons irrespective of power. One to see things clearly or two to avoid eye strain which may cause headaches after...

Answered on : 24 Sep 2010

You can have surgery to correct this drooping of the lid which is usually since birth called Ptosis. The cure will be permanent after surgery but...

Answered on : 20 Sep 2010

No, Botulinum toxin or botox injection will paralyse the muscles for 3 months and you will not be able to move the muscles completely. Moreover,...

Answered on : 14 Sep 2010

Her short sightedness(Myopia) could be hereditary and likely to increase even more as she grows older. Apart from balanced food and outdoor...

Answered on : 13 Jul 2010

Her vision and also field of vision is likely to be restricted due to glaucoma which should have been regularly monitored even after cataract and...

Answered on : 05 Jul 2010

Squint can be corrected surgically but first any specialist would like to know, what has caused the squint in the first place & what is the...

Answered on : 04 Jul 2010

Your eye doctor is partly right that eye power does not change much between 18-40 years but slight changes are happening all the time, not only in...

Answered on : 15 Jun 2010

This is called conjuncival or lymphatic cyst. It is completely painless and harmless. It can also burst and reform from time to time. Just ignore...

Answered on : 01 Jun 2010

Lacquer cracks are present in high myopia and can lead to choroidal neovascularisation and macular haemorrhage, which in turn can cause central...

Answered on : 19 May 2010

Normally cornea is very clear and as such has no blood vessels and as a normal metabolic requirement it takes or breathes oxygen directly from air...

Answered on : 18 May 2010
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