Comprehensive Ophthalmology December 11, 2018

Top 10 Healthy Foods for Eye Care

A quick question; do you eat food that looks good to the eyes or one that is good for the eyes?

Well, a well-balanced, healthy diet is necessary to maintain the overall health. However, a poor diet and junk food eating lifestyle can put your eyesight at risk. Healthy nutritious food is the key to minimising the risk of developing eye diseases and infections.

Comprehensive Ophthalmology December 11, 2018

20 Symptoms that can Indicate Eye Problems

As the process of ageing starts, the signs and symptoms of the body’s wear and tear become more visible and eyes are no exception. Age-related eye conditions and changes start to occur. Some people find it difficult to focus and have blurred vision. The not-so-serious refractive problems can be corrected with the help of glasses. However, serious eye diseases can affect the eyes drastically at any age and if left untreated can lead to vision loss.

Retina December 11, 2018

Diabetic Retinopathy- Can it be Reversed?

The light-sensitive layer of retinal cells converts light into electrical signals which are then sent to the brain where they are turned into the images we see. A brilliant network of tiny blood vessels constantly supplies blood to the retina.

Retina November 29, 2018

Sub-threshold Laser Treatment

Sub-threshold laser refers to the application of sub-visible burns during retinal laser therapy, thereby producing an effect only at the cellular level without causing any visible clinical burns.

Cataract November 28, 2018

Cataract Types and Treatment Techniques

Many people are affected by cataract as it is one of the common eye conditions seen after the age of 45 or 50. The lens in one or both the eyes gets cloudy and hampers the normal vision of the individual. The main reason for this cloudy appearance is due to the clumping of the proteins present in the lens due to ageing or other systemic factors.

Retina November 28, 2018

Retinopathy of Prematurity: When and Whom to Screen

Retinopathy of Prematurity (ROP) is a disorder of the developing retina among low birth weight, preterm infants potentially leading to blindness in a small but significant number of those infants. ROP is getting noticed due to rapidly improving neonatal care standards, which makes the survival of such premature children a reality.

Retina November 28, 2018

Retinal Detachment: Types, Causes, and Treatment

The retina is the thin layer of tissue that is light-sensitive. This layer lines the inside of the back of the eye. It sends visual messages to the brain via the optic nerve. In some people, the retina detaches; it is pulled or lifted from its normal position. Retinal breaks or tears in small retinal areas can result in retinal detachment.