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Diabetic Retinopathy Treatment

Our range of services include Age Related Macular Degeneration, Diabetic Eye Diseases, Retinal Detachment Treatment, Symptoms Treatment, Retinal Detachment and Retinal Tear Leading To A Detachment.
Age Related Macular Degeneration
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Age-related Macular Degeneration (AMD or ARMD) is a medical condition which usually affects older adults and results in a loss of vision in the center of the visual field (the macula) because of the damage done to the retina in this region. It occurs in both “dry” and “wet” forms and is considered to be a major cause of blindness and visual impairment in older adults (>50 years). Macular degeneration can make it difficult or impossible to read or recognize faces, although some peripheral vision remains to allow other activities of daily life.
The loss of central vision profoundly affects visual functioning. It is quite difficult, for example, to read without central vision. Pictures that attempt to depict the central visual loss of macular degeneration with a black spot do not really do justice to the devastating nature of the visual loss. This can be demonstrated by printing letters six inches high on a piece of paper and attempting to identify them while looking straight ahead and holding the paper slightly to the side. Most people find this quite difficult to perform.
There is a loss of contrast sensitivity, so that contours, shadows, and color vision are less vivid. The loss in contrast sensitivity can be quickly and easily measured by a contrast sensitivity test performed either at home or by an eye specialist.

 

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Diabetic Eye Diseases
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Diabetic Eye Diseases

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Diabetes and eye diseases go hand in hand. As a matter of fact, one of the major concerns for diabetic patients is that they might lose their eyesight if their sugar levels are not kept under control for long. A question raging in the minds of people might be how can diabetes which is a disease of the pancreas can affect such a dire affect over your vision?
This can be simply explained with the occurrence of diabetes in our blood stream. When we eat food, it gives us glucose which when broken by the natural insulin of our body releases small cells of energy. In a diabetic patient, his natural insulin mechanism fails and the unbroken glucose gets absorbed in our blood stream thus causing elevated levels of sugar in our body.
You may have heard that diabetes causes eye problems and may lead to blindness. People with diabetes do have a higher risk of permanent blindness and other various eye problems than people without diabetes. Diabetes can affect the eyes and vision in a number of ways. It may lead to frequent fluctuations in vision, cataract in young age, decreased vision due to involvement of optic nerve, temporary paralysis of the muscles controlling the movement of eyes and thus double vision, the Incidence glaucoma is higher in diabetics. The most significant complication of diabetes in eye is diabetic retinopathy. This may cause irreversible loss of vision in later stages.
At sharp sight centre we not only provide excellent medical facility and advanced technology to deal with diabetic eye diseases but also help restore your vision to a larger extent if not fully. We are known for our diabetic retinopathy treatment centres in Delhi, Ghaziabad in India.
You can book an appointment or eye examination at any of or 5 centres round Delhi/NCR and Srinagar in India. Our state of the art diagnostic centres will enable you to nip diabetic eye diseases like glaucoma and diabetic retinopathy early in the bud!

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Retinal Detachment Treatment
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The retina is the clear tissue in the back of the eye. It helps you see the images that are focused on it by the cornea and the lens.
The most common type of retinal detachments is often due to a tear or hole in the retina. Eye fluids may leak through this opening. This causes the retina to separate from the underlying tissues, much like a bubble under wallpaper. This is most often caused by a condition called posterior vitreous detachment. However, it may also be caused by trauma and very bad nearsightedness (high minus power). A family history of retinal detachment also increases your risk.
Another type of retinal detachment is called tractional detachment. This is seen in people who have uncontrolled diabetes, previous retinal surgery, or have chronic inflammation.
When the retina becomes detached, bleeding from area blood vessels may cloud the inside of the eye, which is normally filled with vitreous fluid. Central vision becomes severely affected if the macula, the part of the retina responsible for fine vision, becomes detached.

 

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Symptoms Treatment
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Symptoms Treatment

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You will have your vision tested followed by a comprehensive eye examination including a detailed retinal evaluation. Eye drops are put into both your eyes to make the pupils bigger, which helps the ophthalmologist to examine the back of the eye fully. The effect of these drops will wear off after a few hours, but your vision will be blurred temporarily preventing you from reading and driving.
Avoid driving yourself to hospital or to the local railway station whenever you come to have your retinas examined because your pupils will always need to be dilated. 
If you are diagnosed with a retinal detachment, you will be advised to have surgery as soon as possible to reattach the retina. Because a delayed surgery reduces the probability of good recovery of vision.
Tests will be done to check the retina and pupil response and your ability to see colors properly. These may include:
  • Visual acuity
  • Slit-lamp examination
  • Ultrasound of the eye
  • Fluorescein angiography
  • Intraocular pressure measurement
  • Indirect Ophthalmoscopy
  • Refraction test
  • Retinal photography/Fundus Photography
  • Test to determine your ability to see colors properly

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Retinal Detachment

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The retina is the clear tissue in the back of the eye. It helps you see the images that are focused on it by the cornea and the lens.
  • The most common type of retinal detachments is often due to a tear or hole in the retina. Eye fluids may leak through this opening. This causes the retina to separate from the underlying tissues, much like a bubble under wallpaper. This is most often caused by a condition called posterior vitreous detachment. However, it may also be caused by trauma and very bad nearsightedness (high minus power). A family history of retinal detachment also increases your risk.
  • Another type of retinal detachment is called tractional detachment. This is seen in people who have uncontrolled diabetes, previous retinal surgery, or have chronic inflammation.
When the retina becomes detached, bleeding from area blood vessels may cloud the inside of the eye, which is normally filled with vitreous fluid. Central vision becomes severely affected if the macula, the part of the retina responsible for fine vision, becomes detached.

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