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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

Your eye specialist needs to try to find the cause of retinal vasculitis and treat it accordingly. The trouble is in majority of cases, cause can...

Answered on : 08 Mar 2007

This condition is called Incomplete Red-Green blindness and is more common than people realise. This is an inherited condition and present in...

Answered on : 01 Mar 2007

Dry eyes feeling is common in dry, heated or air-conditioned offices and as a result the cornea or surface of the eye becomes irritable and...

Answered on : 28 Feb 2007

Retinitis pigmentosa is a condition, which can be inherited; however, the disease only shows up later in life, usually after teens. The chances...

Answered on : 24 Feb 2007

Any one including a new borne baby can have cylindrical defect like the one you have mentioned. This is due to abnormal shape of the eyeball and...

Answered on : 13 Feb 2007

Macular oedema causes central vision blurring, distortion of images, vertical or horizontal lines appear crooked, change in colour perception and...

Answered on : 17 Jan 2007

The condition you have seems either central serous retinopathy or macular dystrophy. If this is former, it should get better but retinal scar with...

Answered on : 06 Jan 2007

It seems your cornea has a viral infection (herpetic keratitis) and you may have developed a corneal scar which is causing you a blurred vision....

Answered on : 14 Dec 2006

The minus power in your nephews eyes is due just to abnormal shape and size of his eyes. This should not be considered a disease at all. Just as...

Answered on : 02 Dec 2006

Your mother's problem could be due to tiredness, psychological stress or dry eyes. It is very rare to have neurological problems in such a case....

Answered on : 22 Nov 2006
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