Does Foreign Object in Eye Require Medical Opinion

Foreign object in the eye is something that enters the eye from outside of the body. It can be anything from dust particle to a metal piece. The foreign object mostly affects the cornea (Cornea is the transparent outer layer of your eye) or the conjunctiva (Transparent membrane that covers the outer surface of your eye along with the inside of your eyelids). Many times the injuries due to foreign objects are minor, but sometimes they can cause infection or damage to your vision.

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Delayed Treatment Leading To Corneal Ulcer Treated Successfully At AEHI eye hospital Navi Mumbai

Master Uttam Malhotra; 5-year-old boy was brought to Advanced Eye Hospital and Institute (AEHI), located at Sanpada, Navi Mumbai by his parents with complaints of redness & pain in the right eye, and a problem in seeing things clearly.

They seemed extremely anxious and wanted to meet Dr. Prachi Agashe. Uttam had to undergo the routine eye examination first which is when he was asked about the injury. His parents mentioned that 3 days ago Uttam injured his eye during his sports period. The kids were playing football during their sports period when the gravel on the ground hit Uttam in his right eye and since then he wouldn't stop crying and complaining about the pain in his eye.

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How to Prevent Corneal Ulcer with these Eye Care Tips

As an eye specialist, we frequently come across cases of eye injuries which if were taken seriously in the earlier stages would have never progressed to forming a corneal ulcer. This article discusses all one needs to know about corneal ulcer.

What is Corneal Ulcer?

Corneal Ulcer also known as Ulcerative Keratitis is an inflammatory condition of the cornea (clear tissue in front of the eye) involving disturbance of its epithelial layer with the involvement of the corneal stroma. It presents as redness in the eye, pain in the eye, mild to severe eye discharge and reduced vision.

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Eye Diseases In Children

Vision problems are very common in school going kids but often not paid attention to unless problems arise.

The common eye diseases that affect children or cause loss of vision are Cataract, Trachoma, Retinopathy of prematurity, Night Blindness, Amblyopia, Astigmatism, Cortical Visual Impairment, Glaucoma, and Paediatric Ptosis, Nystagmus, Hyperopia (Farsightedness), Myopia (Near-sightedness) etc.

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Squint A feeling of Awkwardness

A myth that “A squint is the symbol of good luck” goes on running in the mind of everyone. Same was in the case of Mr. Gaurav Sinha 30 year’s young male a civil engineer by profession and a resident of a small village in Solapur. He had a deviation of his eyes since birth. He grew up with his deviated eyes, by feeling that they will get normal as days passes. In villages generally, no one cares for a squint (A condition in which both eyes does not look together in the same direction) as they consider it to be good luck.

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Alarming Eye problems due to Increased Blood Pressure treated Successfully at AEHI, Navi Mumbai

Mr. Raj Patel; 40 yrs. old, a businessman by profession visited Advanced Eye Hospital and Institute (AEHI), located at Sanpada, Navi Mumbai (AEHI) with complains of decreased vision and swelling in his eyes for a week, along with constant headaches. He was a known case of Hypertension for 3 years. He wasn't compliant with his antihypertensive medicines since last 6 months thinking his blood pressure had come to normal over the past few months.

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Vision Improved after Trabeculectomy with Ologen Implant done for Glaucoma at AEHI

We present to you a case of Mr Ali Ahmed,20 yrs old young male resident of Navi Mumbai, who came to Advanced Eye hospital and Institute for a second opinion for treatment of Glaucoma. Mr Ali was diagnosed of Glaucoma 5 months back by an Ophthalmologist. He has been on medication and eye drops since then but all in vain. His eye complains were still there and seemed to get worse day by day.

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Dengue fever can affect Your Eyes too

As monsoons begin; one of the most commonly found patients admitted in the inpatient department are the ones suffering from dengue or malaria. These can prove to be deadly if not treated well in time.

Dengue Fever: Dengue is a disease caused by the Dengue virus that is seen in Aedes mosquito. The dengue fever is transmitted by the bite this Aedes mosquito. The mosquito becomes infected when it bites a person with dengue virus in their blood. It can’t be spread directly from one person to another. Dengue when left undetected can lead to serious complications and even death in few cases. This disease causes multi-systemic problems and one of them being the eye. We shall enemurate few problems caused by this virus to the eye.

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