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Shivam Eye & Mother Care

Jaipur, Rajasthan
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Shivam Eye & Mother Care Hospital is a symbol of quality eye care in Rajasthan with a proven track record of superior service and pioneering work on treatment of eye diseases and surgeries.In an era when very limited facilities were available for eye related problems in Jaipur, Dr. Shirish Batra, after doing his MBBS,MS,FICO(UK),FVIERC(VITREO-RETINA) decided that the scene here has to change. Single handed, with grit, determination and sheer willpower he carved out this tertiary eye care centre.+ Read More

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 "A cataract is a clouding of the lens in the eye that affects vision. Most cataracts are related to aging. Cataracts are very common in older people. By age 80, more than half of all Americans either have a cataract or have had cataract surgery."

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 "Oculoplastics, or oculoplastic surgery, includes a wide variety of surgical procedures that deal with the orbit (eye socket), eyelids, tear ducts, and the face."

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Diabetic retinopathy diagnosis and management – Screening for diabetic retinopathy is important for individuals having diabetes of five years or more duration. It can destroy the vision silently over a period of time. Patients if diagnosed would need FFA and/or OCT to define the stage of the disease. Advanced cases might need retinal laser treatment or vitrectomy surgery to restore the vision.

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 "Glaucoma is an eye disorder in which the optic nerve suffers damage, permanently damaging vision in the affected eye"

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"A cataract is a clouding of the lens in the eye that affects vision. Most cataracts are related to aging. Cataracts are very common in older people. By age 80, more than half of all Americans either have a cataract or have had cataract surgery."

The natural lens

The natural lens, like the cornea, makes sure that the light rays which enter the eye are properly focussed on to the retina. This results in a sharp image on the retina. The natural lens is transparent and clear which enables light to pass through it easily.

What is Cataract?
Clouding or opacification of the natural lens is cataract. Cataract caused by old age (most commonly) or other reasons affects the clarity and the visual acuity. The lens startes loosing its transparent and become transluscent and then opaque. Cataract is the most common cause of vision impairment and blindness in the world.


What are the Symptoms of cataract

  • blurred vision
  • double vision
  • sensitivity to light
  • the need for more light when reading
  • diminished night vision
  • changed prescription power for glasses

When Is It Time To Consider Cataract Surgery?

Time for cataract surgery depends on many factors inclusing your quality of life, your occupational needs, personal health, grading of cataract, associated complications (if any), etc. Typically down time for surgery is limited, so if you have some help, chances are good you will recover quickly and experience a much better quality of life.
For the most part, patients interested in surgery should ask their doctors about it sooner rather than later.

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"The cornea is the transparent front part of the eye that covers the iris, pupil, and anterior chamber. Together with the lens, the cornea refracts light, with the cornea accounting for approximately two-thirds of the eye's total optical power."

What is Corneal Ulcer and Keratitis?
Corneal surface and its structure is very delicate. Any injury or infection or cornea can lead to damage leading to loss of corneal tissue. The break in the continuity of cornea is called as corneal ulcer. Inflammation of corneal (keratitis) is the response of corneal tissues to any harmful stimuli such as infection/allergy/injury/ulcer. Inflammation is a protective attempt by the damaged cornea.

Corneal ulcer and keratitis occur together in many cases. Common symptoms produced are:

  • Pain
  • Reduced Vision
  • Inability to open eyes in bright light
  • Redness
  • Watering
  • Swelling of the eyelid


My doctor has advised corneal scrapping, what is it?

In cases of infections of cornea, small amounts of superficial corneal tissue is removed (Scrapping) and evaluated for presence of type of infection and the organism causing it. This helps in starting the medication specific to the type of infection which promotes early recovery.


What is Corneal Abrasion / Tear?

Any injury (blunt/sharp object) causing damage to the superficial layers of the cornea leads to corneal abrasion. It is similar to any scratches over the skin of hand due to injury. The patient will have burning of eyes, redness, sensitivity to light, blurred vision and watering. The healing of corneal abrasion generally takes place with 24-48 hours with commencement of appropriate medications.

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Retina Treatment Service

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"The vertebrate retina is a light-sensitive tissue lining the inner surface of the eye."


Diabetic retinopathy diagnosis and management – Screening for diabetic retinopathy is important for individuals having diabetes of five years or more duration. It can destroy the vision silently over a period of time. Patients if diagnosed would need FFA and/or OCT to define the stage of the disease. Advanced cases might need retinal laser treatment or vitrectomy surgery to restore the vision.

Glued iol - LINK Ocular trauma – Injuries of the eye affecting the inside portion with affected vision or threatened affected vision requires surgical exploration and restoration of the normal anatomy.

Ocular tumors – These conditions may be benign or vision/life threatening. Patients require to undergo a complete eye and systemic evaluation. The management of the condition requires a multiinstitutional approach. Actual treatment can range from simple laser treatment to complete removal of the eye ball.

Pediatric retina – Do you see a white pearl your child’s eye? If yes, then contact us immediately. Most of the retinal disorders present in children like this. The condition can be as simple as bleeding at the back of the eye to serious disorders like tumours. Treatment depends on the problem child is facing. Premature child with low birth weight needs retinal evaluation early in the life to rule our ROP a vision threatening condition.

Congenital abnormailities & retinopathies – Patients suffering from these conditions are generally young. They need a through evaluation of the eye and need the eletrophysiological tests (VEP, ERG, EOG). Most of the conditions are managed conservatively.

Endophthalmitis management – The term represents a serious inflammation into the eye. Although there can be many causes leading to this problem most of the cases are secondary to some intraocular surgery. Patients require immediate intervention which may be in the form of multiple surgeries.

Treatment Medical
  • State of the art medical management of various retinal conditions
  • Periocular injections – A simple injection given at the outermost layer of the eye ball to treat fluid collections at the crucial areas of the retina.
  • Intraocular injections – The injection is given inside the eye. The procedure is done under all aseptic conditions under topical (drop) anesthesia.
  • Retinal lasers – A 10 minute procedure done in OPD. Needs pupillary dilatation. Does not need any anesthesia. The defective areas on the retina are burned with the laser. Mainly used to treat vasular retinopathies
  • Laser for myopic retinopathies – A 10 minute procedure to delimit the retinal breaks to prevent a serious complication called retinal detachment. Needs pupillary dilatation. Does not need any anesthesia.
  • Yag lasers for after cataracts – A two minute no anesthesia procedure to clean the artificial lens implanted in the eye during an earlier cataract surgery.

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"Oculoplastics, or oculoplastic surgery, includes a wide variety of surgical procedures that deal with the orbit (eye socket), eyelids, tear ducts, and the face."

  • Cosmetic correction:
    • Baggy eyelids
    • Drooping eyebrows
    • Wrinkles
    • Skin pigmentation
    • Acne
  • Watery eyes
  • Dry eyes
  • Protruding eyes
  • Fractures and facial trauma
  • Unsightly eyes
  • Drooping eyelids
  • Inturned / everted eyelids
  • Inturned eyelashes
  • Lid tumors and other masses

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"Glaucoma is an eye disorder in which the optic nerve suffers damage, permanently damaging vision in the affected eye"

What is glaucoma?

Glaucoma is caused by a number of different eye diseases that in most cases produce increased pressure within the eye. This elevated pressure is caused by a backup of fluid in the eye. Over time, it causes damage to the optic nerve. Through early detection, diagnosis and treatment, you and your doctor can help to preserve your vision.


Who is at the risk of developing Glaucoma?

  • People over the age of 45.
  • People who have a family history of glaucoma.
  • People with abnormally high intraocular pressure (IOP).
  • People of African descent.
  • People who have:
    • Diabetes.
    • Myopia (nearsightedness).
    • Regular, long-term Steroid/Cortisone use.
    • A previous eye injury.

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Uvea Treatment Service

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"uveitis is a general term describing a group of inflammatory diseases that produces swelling and destroys eye tissues. These diseases can slightly reduce vision or lead to severe vision loss."
Uvea
Uveitis
Inflammation of uveal tissue is uveitis. This can be infective, inflammatory or autoimmune. This can be iritis, iridocyclitis, pars planitis, panuveitis, retinitis or choroiditis. Sometimes it is associated with systemic conditions like joint or skin disorders .Uveitis usually presents with eye pain, redness and photophobia. In severe stages visual loss can occur. Complete systemic work up is required in many patients to detect the underlying pathology.
Uveal tumours
Tumours can occur in the uveal tissue. This can appear as mass lesion, recurrent uveitis or inflammation. Imaging is done to localize the lesion and the treatment is given accordingly.
Foreign body
Trauma can present with foreign body in the uveal tissue. Special investigations like ultrasound biomicroscopy or anterior segment oct may be required for localization.
Cyst
Uveal cyst is also seen in clinical practice. Imaging like ubm or oct is done and cyst removal is performed after investigations.
Investigations
Baseline: this includes the routine tests like blood hemogram and urine tests which shows the current systemic condition of the patient. There are some tests like rheumatoid factor or mantoux test which is also a baseline test for all uveitis patients.
Special tests: serological evaluation for infective etiology (igg and igm) is done. Autoantibodies for autoimmune diseases and polymerase chain reaction (pcr) for bacterial or viral pathology are also tested.

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Summer time & rains - the stage is set for eye infections to spread.

The surface of the white of the eye and the back surface of eyelids is covered by a thin protective membrane called conjunctiva. Inflammation i.e. redness & swelling, of this membrane is called conjunctivitis.

The common causes of conjunctivitis are:

  • Infection - Virus, Bacteria, Chlamydia, etc.

  • Allergy - to dust, pollen, animal dandruff, medicines, cosmetics, contact-lenses, etc.

  • Chemicals - acid, alkali, cosmetics, contact lens cleaning solutions, bleach in swimming pool, etc.

  • Injury - mechanical, heat, radiation, etc.

Viral infections are prone to occur as epidemics during rainy season when the body immunity may be low and the conditions are favorable for spread of infection. Infection tends to spread by direct contact, fingers, flies and fomites (e.g. towel, toiletries, etc).

Symptoms:

  • Redness

  • Irritation

  • Itching

  • Watering

  • Discharge

  • Sticking of eyelids

  • Mild pain

  • Swelling of eyelid

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Red itchy watering eyes can often be due to eye allergy. Eye allergy is a abnormal response to any organic or chemical agent present in the air or somehow coming in contact with the eye.

A person can develop allergy to just about any chemical or organic agent. Interestingly there can be allergy to even anti-allergy medicines.

The tendency for allergy is an inherent trait of a person and may have some genetic basis. People who are prone to allergies usually have multiple allergies.

Redness, itching & watering are typical symptoms of eye allergy. These symptoms may be accompanied by episodes of sneezing, slight fever, breathlessness or skin allergies. Occurrence of allergy is always preceded by exposure to allergen (the agent causing allergy), so it may be more common in a particular season or a particular environment. In Vernal Conjunctivitis the symptoms are more common in summer months and patient feels better in winter months.

The eyes appear red and may be slightly swollen. Prolonged recurrent allergy can lead to dropping of upper eyelids giving a sleepy appearance. There can be stringy or ropy discharge from the eye and there could be formation of a whitish ring on cornea (black of the eye).

The vision is usually not affected by allergy.

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Squint Treatment Service

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When we look straight ahead at a far object our eyes are parallel to each-other, and when we look at a near object then the line or axis of eye point towards the object of regard. In squint this relationship of two eyes is disturbed. Also known as “strabismus”, squint is a condition where the eyes are not aligned in the same direction. The squinting eye may turn in (converge), turn out (diverge) or sometimes turn up or down. These can be present all or only part of the time, in one or alternating between two eyes.

It can arise because of an incorrect balance of the muscles that move the eyes ,faulty nerve signals to muscles, refractive errors, childhood illnesses, etc.

Squint is not just a cosmetic problem. It is always associated with certain degree of functional defect which make it important to treat squint as early as possible. It can be associated with decreased vision (amblyopia or lazy eye) or double vision (diplopia). Loss of binocular vision (ability to use two eyes together) can lead to loss of fine depth perception (stereopsis) and peripheral visual field.

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Cornea And Refractive

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 "The cornea is the transparent front part of the eye that covers the iris, pupil, and anterior chamber. Together with the lens, the cornea refracts light, with the cornea accounting for approximately two-thirds of the eye's total optical power."

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Uvea Treatment

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 "Uveitis is a general term describing a group of inflammatory diseases that produces swelling and destroys eye tissues. These diseases can slightly reduce vision or lead to severe vision loss."

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