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A 2 Z Eye Care Hospital

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Prominent & Leading Service Provider from New Delhi, we offer Squint Specialist Clinic, Headache Specialist Clinic, Hope For No Hope Diseases, Neuro Ophthalmologist Specialist Clinic, Retina Specialist Clinic and Dry Eye Specialist Clinic.

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A squint is a condition where one eye turns inwards, outwards, upwards or downwards while the other eye looks forwards. The misalignment of the eye is caused by an incorrect balance of the eye muscles. The medical name is strabismus. Squints are common and affect about one in 20 children. They usually develop during the first three years of life, but can appear later. A squint is often spotted in early childhood, sometimes within weeks of a baby being born. Types of squint There are four different types of squint. They are classified according to the direction in which the eye turns. Esotropia: the eye turns inwards. Exotropia: the eye turns outwards. Hypertropia: the eye turns upwards. Hypotropia: the eye turns downwards. Hypertropia and hypotropia are less common than esotropia and exotropia. Squints can also be: constant, apparent at all times, or intermittent, only apparent at certain times. The cause, severity and direction of a squint vary from person to person. How does a squint affect vision? It is very important that a squint is picked up and treated as early as possible to avoid vision problems developing. If a squint is identified when a child is young, there is a good chance it will be successfully treated. In young children, a squint can mean binocular vision fails to develop (see the box, left). This may result in a ?lazy eye? (amblyopia). To avoid double vision, the child?s brain ignores the signals from the eye with the squint and only recognises images from the normal eye. As the squinting eye is not being used, it eventually becomes ?lazy?.

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Headache is symptom of innumerable underlying causes of fatal & non fatal diseases which are of serious implications in term of cost, disabilities, mortality, loss of human productivity etc. Migraine is a type of headache which is crippling & recurrent in nature & does not lead to permanent disability in majority of cases. However, it affects young & middle aged productive population of any nation that leads to interruption in jobs, employment, study, career & works for concerned persons. Numerous kinds of remedies have been suggested & tried, but not all got relief. Moreover, patients are being subjected to unnecessary investigations in hope to clinch exact cause & to rule out fatal component of diseases. Here lies the importance of expert opinions of consultant of repute & competence who can give you proper, simple yet effective advice & save you from harassment & harmful effects of medications & investigations. It is worth trying.

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Hope For No Hope Diseases

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There are many diseases and illnesses which doesn't have cure as yet. However some promising development are taking place all over the world by doctors themselves or scientists in laboratories . Such treasure reservoir of great medical knowledge and skills are scattered and not properly compiled or recorded at one place. Our dedicated team of trained and learned staffs keep on researching and compiling such knowledge & scientific facts. Our charges mentioned above is to just explore any option available for your specific complaints or illness. Final cost will vary substantially & you will be informed in due course. With all best wishes and speedy durable recovery. Give us one chance.

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Neuro Ophthalmologist Specialist Clinic
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Asthenopia (aesthenopia) or eye strain is an ophthalmological condition that manifests itself through nonspecific symptoms such as fatigue, pain in or around the eyes, blurred vision, headache and occasional double vision. Symptoms often occur after reading, computer work, or other close activities that involve tedious visual tasks. When concentrating on a visually intense task, such as continuously focusing on a book or computer monitor, the ciliary muscle tightens. This can cause the eyes to get irritated and uncomfortable. Giving the eyes a chance to focus on a distant object at least once an hour usually alleviates the problem. A CRT computer monitor with a low refresh rate (<70Hz) or a CRT television can cause similar problems because the image has a visible flicker. Aging CRTs also often go slightly out of focus, and this can cause eye strain. LCDs do not go out of focus and are less susceptible to visible flicker.

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Retina Specialist Clinic
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Macular degeneration, often called age-related macular degeneration (AMD), is an eye disorder associated with aging and results in damaging sharp and central vision. Central vision is needed for seeing objects clearly and for common daily tasks such as reading and driving. AMD affects the macula, the central part the retina that allows the eye to see fine details. There are two forms of AMD, wet and dry.
Wet AMD: when abnormal blood vessel behind the retina start to grow under the macula, ultimately leading to blood and fluid leakage. Bleeding, leaking, and scarring from these blood vessels cause damage and lead to rapid central vision loss. An early symptom of wet AMD is that straight lines appear wavy.
Dry AMD: When the macula thins overtime as part of aging process, gradually blurring central vision. The dry form is more common and accounts for 70-90% of cases of AMD and it progresses more slowly than the wet form. Over time, as less of the macula functions, central vision is gradually lost in the affected eye. Dry AMD generally affects both eyes. One of the most common early signs of dry AMD is drusen.
Drusen: Drusen are tiny yellow or white deposits under the retina. They often are found in people over age 60. The presence of small drusen is normal and does not cause vision loss. However, the presence of large and more numerous drusen raises the risk of developing advanced dry AMD or wet AMD.
It is estimated that 1.8 million Americans 40 years and older are affected by AMD and an additional 7.3 million with large drusen are at substantial risk of developing AMD. The number of people with AMD is estimated to reach 2.95 million in 2020. AMD is the leading cause of permanent impairment of reading and fine or close-up vision among people aged 65 years and older.
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