PLAY SAFE THIS DIWALI!

On the eve of Diwali, a 9-year-old girl Avantika was brought by her parents at Advanced Eye Hospital and Institute in an emergency department with injuries to her face and hands due to firecracker injury. She was standing too close to the firecracker she lit, waiting to check if it had lit properly.

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Enjoy Diwali with this Safety Eye Care Tips

Diwali is the festival of lights, celebrated all over the country with great enthusiasm. This festival is enjoyed with pooja of goddess Laxmi, lighting, rangolis, firecrackers, house decoration. While enjoying do not forget to get care of your eyes. Eyes are the second most affected area after hand and finger injuries. Enjoy Safe Diwali

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Angle Closure Glaucoma Treated Successfully at AEHI, Navi Mumbai

Mrs Himani a 50-year-old lady resident of Navi Mumbai visited Advanced Eye Hospital and Institute with complaints of pain in her left eye , redness and diminished vision with a frequent headache . She was very must disturbed from her professional and personal life. She was not able to work properly and efficiently, had to avoid travelling for her eye complaints.

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Detachment Of Retina

What is Retina?

Retina is the light-sensitive tissue lining the back of our eye.

What is Retinal Detachment?

Retinal detachment is an emergency situation. It occurs when the retina (light-sensitive tissue at the back of the eye) is lifted off the wall of the back of the eye or separates from the layer underneath.

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Intacs in Keratoconus

What are Intacs?

Intacs are an ophthalmic medical device which are thin plastic, semi-circular rings inserted in the mid layer of the cornea. In cases like Keratoconus where the cornea bulges and forms a cone; Intacs helps to change this irregular shape and surface of the cornea.

Intacs can be used for long term vision correction.

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Corneal Topography In Keratoconus

Keratoconus is a condition in which the normally round cornea (the transparent front part of an eye) becomes thin and develops a cone-like bulge.

What are the symptoms of Keratoconus?

Blurred vision
Double vision
Light sensitivity
Multiple images
Eye strain
‘Ghost images’ - Appearance like several images when looking at one object

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Contact Lenses in Keratoconus

Keratoconus is a disorder of the cornea (transparent layer of the eye) wherein the surface of the cornea is irregular and bulges like a cone.

What are the types of contact lenses used in Keratoconus?

There are different types of contact lenses used for the treatment of Keratoconus. The best lens for Keratoconus is one that fits best to your eye, helps in correction of vision and is comfortable to wear.

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Can High Blood Pressure Affect Your Eyes?

What is Hypertensive Retinopathy?

Hypertensive Retinopathy is damage to the retina (an area at the back of the eye where the image focuses) and the retinal circulation due to increase in the blood pressure (i.e. Hypertension). The patients with hypertensive retinopathy usually come with no visual symptoms. Sometimes they may report a headache or decreased vision.

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Pan Uveitis

A 47 year old female; Mrs. Nalini, resident of Navi Mumbai visited Advanced Eye Hospital and Institute with complains of diminished vision since 10 days. Mrs. Nalini had fallen from her bed a year back and had an injury to her right eye which resulted in finally losing all vision in the right eye. The only functioning eye was the left eye. But for 10 days, she noticed diminished vision in her left eye and this was her worst nightmare. Panic crawled all over her and she didn't know what to do. Her husband did some asking around for the best eye specialist in Navi Mumbai. They didn't want to take any chances that could lead to her losing her only precious left eye.

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