Inflammation in the Retina Successfully Treated at AEHI

Acute Retinal Necrosis: It is a medical inflammatory condition of the eye that affects the retina (Posterior pole of the eye) which if not treated on time can lead to uveitis, blindness or retinal detachment.

Mr. Anup Rathod, 40-years male, complained of redness in his eyes, pain and decrease in his vision for 15 days. Anup works in an IT company meaning most of his time is dedicated to working in front of the computer. His eye problems started affecting his personal and professional life because he found it difficult to work on computers or commute to work.

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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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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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Premacular Subhyaloid Haemorrhage Treated Successfully At AEHI

Here’s the case of Miss. Pooja Bhosale, a 17-year girl and resident of Navi Mumbai. Pooja is a student of 1st year B.Sc. Pooja is academically strong and an ambitious person. Her teachers always appreciated her for her hard work in studies and other college activities.

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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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Retinal detachment treated successfully at AEHI, Navi Mumbai, India

A birthday party soured into a nightmare for a 15 yrs. old girl; Malika Arora* (name changed) when the ceiling fan came crashing down. She was rushed to the hospital where the team of doctors examined her and treated her for her injuries, she came back home with a few stitches on forehead.

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Retina check up by a specialist retina surgeon is very important to save eyes from Diabetic Retinopathy

The scare of Diabetic Retinopathy (retina damage due to diabetes) is increasing day by day. It has already become the third most common cause of blindness in urban areas. As for all other major diseases, prevention is better than cure; similarly, for diabetes related eye damage – the best approach to prevent blindness is to undergo routine eye checks and detect/treat diabetic retinopathy in early stages.

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Bionic Eyes -2

Blindness gone with Bionic Eyes!!

How different Mahabharata would have been if King Dhithrastra, and the Queen Gandhari, parents of Kaurvas would have had bionic eyes!

Maybe we would have a different mythological history!

What is it like to see again after years of blindness?

After decades, the time has come where we can actually make a blind person with genetic or congenital retinal disorder regain vision with bionic eyes.

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