Best eye care for cataract surgery

Cataract surgery is one of the most common surgical procedures performed in all of ophthalmic medicine. However, all cataract surgery is not the same. Advancements in Ophthalmological care and surgical eye  are devices used both in terms of machines used to help perform surgery as well as intraocular lenses implanted are extremely varied both in…

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Connect with the Best Eye Specialists in Karachi

The Eye Center has the best eye specialists in Karachi, who along with a team of dedicated technicians provide patients with the most comprehensive medical and surgical eye care in Karachi. We are fully capable of providing medical and surgical eye care to patients of any age, from premature babies, newborn babies, children and adults…

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What is Sticklers Syndrome?

An inherited condition called Stickler syndrome affects the joints, the ears, and the eyes. Collagen, the body’s connective tissue, is affected. The cornea and sclera of the eye are primarily made of collagen. Some individuals get the Stickler syndrome from their parents. A child of a Stickler syndrome parent has a 50% chance of inheriting…

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10 THINGS TO DO TODAY TO PREVENT VISION LOSS FROM GLAUCOMA

The crucial connection between the eye and the brain, the optic nerve, is gradually harmed by glaucoma. Typically, glaucoma patients have vision loss prior to any eye issues. However, many people do not even notice they have glaucoma. Primary open-angle glaucoma is the most prevalent form of the disease. When eye fluid known as aqueous…

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Weak muscles, double vision and Mysathenia Gravis

A disease called myasthenia gravis can make muscles prone to weakness and fatigue. The condition may impact the muscles that regulate eye and eyelid movement. This could result in double vision or drooping eyelids. Most patients with myasthenic eye symptoms may experience weakening in other body parts within a year or two. The face, eyes,…

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Macular Pucker and how it affects how you see

Macular pucker, also known as epiretinal membrane, develops when your macula develops creases, wrinkles, or bulges. To function effectively, the macula must be flat against the back of your eye. Your central vision is impacted when the macula wrinkles or bulges. Things can appear wavy when you have macular pucker, and you could struggle to…

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Lattice Degeneration or Thinning of the Retina. Do I need to worry?

Lattice degeneration is a thinning of the retina that happens over time.  Lattice degeneration affects 1 in 10 people, or about 10% of the population. Clear vision depends on a healthy retina, yet most people with this issue never experience any symptoms or visual loss. Retinal detachment from lattice degeneration is extremely uncommon. Those who…

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What is Juvenile Macular Dystrophy

A series of inherited eye conditions known as juvenile macular dystrophy (also known as juvenile macular degeneration) affects children and young adults. Age-related macular degeneration (ADM) and juvenile macular dystrophy are distinct conditions. Although AMD is a natural aspect of ageing, juvenile macular degeneration is a hereditary disease (passed down from parents). A small region of…

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Can Herpes Affect The Eye?

The herpes simplex virus (HSV-1), which also causes cold sores around the lips and mouth, is the source of eye herpes, sometimes referred to as ocular herpes, a potentially dangerous infection of the eye. The most common way to get eye herpes is to touch a cold sore and then touch the eyes with contaminated…

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