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    Glaucoma Surgery Eye Center Karachi

    Glaucoma is a complex condition, generally characterized by increased intraocular pressure (IOP). It results in progressive damage to the optic nerve and associated loss of vision. Glaucoma surgery aims to reduce IOP and preserve your eyesight in one of two broad ways: By facilitating better drainage of ocular fluid called Read More…

    Can abnormal pigment release in the eye cause pigmentary glaucoma?

    Pigmentary glaucoma is a relatively common secondary glaucoma found in young adults. It is called secondary as it is due to or secondary to another condition, which in this case is an excessive release of pigment in the front chamber or anterior segment of the eye. This condition occurs mostly Read More…

    Corneal Hysteresis- New in the understanding and treatment of glaucoma

    The cornea is the front clear dome shaped structure in the eye. This structure has thickness to it and it is through this structure that we measure the pressure inside the eye known as intraocular pressure. Corneal Hysteresis (CH) is an assessment of the cornea’s ability to absorb and dissipate energy Read More…

    Glaucoma Specialist in Karachi

    How often do I need to see my eye specialist or glaucoma specialist if I have glaucoma? Glaucoma is a chronic disease that requires lifetime management. After you have had a complete eye examination and you have been diagnosed with glaucoma, you will realize that you will be managed like Read More…

    Corneal Hysteresis- New in the understanding and treatment of glaucoma

    The cornea is the front clear dome shaped structure in the eye. This structure has thickness to it and it is through this structure that we measure the pressure inside the eye known as intraocular pressure. Corneal Hysteresis (CH) is an assessment of the cornea’s ability to absorb and dissipate energy Read More…

    Can abnormal pigment release in the eye cause pigmentary glaucoma?

    Pigmentary glaucoma is a relatively common secondary glaucoma found in young adults. It is called secondary as it is due to or secondary to another condition, which in this case is an excessive release of pigment in the front chamber or anterior segment of the eye. This condition occurs mostly Read More…

    Glaucoma Testing in Pakistan

    What kind of glaucoma testing is available for patients in Karachi, Pakistan? At The Eye Center, we offer the complete range of diagnostic tests used in the diagnosis and treatment of glaucoma. Several tests are available to appropriately diagnose and follow patients with glaucoma. The right kind of testing and Read More…

    What is Uveitis?

    Uveitis is inflammation of the pigmented layer of the eye called the uvea. The uvea contains many blood vessels providing nourishment to the eye. Uveitis is a very serious condition that can cause serious damage to vital eye tissue that can lead to permanent vision loss. Uveitis can occur at Read More…

    What is Keratoconus?

    Keratoconus is a non-inflammatory eye condition in which the dome-shaped window at the front of the eye (cornea) progressively thins and develops into a thin cone like bulge. The irregular shape of the cornea brings light rays out of focus causing blurry or distorted vision. The exact cause of Keratoconus Read More…

    What is a Macular Hole?

    What is a Macular Hole? The macula is part of the back of the eye (retina) responsible for central vision. A macular hole simply refers to a tear or opening in the macula. A hole in the macula can cause vision to be distorted, wavy or out of focus. As Read More…

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