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Dry Eyes

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Dry Eye Treatment In Mumbai Normally, the eye is constantly lubricating with tears. Tears are a layer of liquid that covers, nourishes, protects, and lubricates the ocular surface. These tears are produced at a slow and steady rate. However, normal tears and crying tears have different compositions, but both clean eye’s impurities. The tear film […]

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Dyscalculia

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Dyscalculia Those affected by dyscalculia have difficulty in making arithmetical calculations. It is a specific developmental disorder which may occur due to brain trauma and is also associated with Turner’s syndrome. 3%-8% of school-aged students have math-related learning disabilities. Such children have difficulties reading analog clocks and have difficulty in determining the relative size of […]

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Dysgraphia

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Dysgraphia A child with dysgraphia lacks fine motor skills resulting poor handwriting. Handwriting is usually consistently distorted or unclear. This is a nervous system problem that affects the fine motor skills needed to write. It makes it hard for a child to do handwriting tasks and assignments. These children’s may have symptoms including cramped grip, […]

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Dyslexia

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Dyslexia Children and Adults with this condition usually have sharp eyesight. However, they have symptoms related to problems with eye-teaming, eye-tracking, and perceptual issues that cause words letters and numbers to appear to move or jump on a page. Depending upon the severity, learning disability related vision problems disappear once eye-teaming/tracking and perceptual vision skills […]

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Episcleritis

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Episcleritis Definition: Episcleritis is a mild and self-limiting inflammatory condition of the episcleral tissue that lies between the conjunctiva and the sclera of the eye. Specific characteristics of Episcleritis A red, and sometimes slightly yellow, raised area Acute onset Non-infectious Usually associated with an underlying systemic inflammatory or rheumatologic condition Condition may disappear and recur […]

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Eyes and Your Children

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Eyes and Your Children Guidelines for Parents At birth, babies can see, though they have not attained normal vision. They can make out large shapes and faces but are unable to distinguish fine details. Bright strong colors in contrasting pattern of light and dark are well appreciated. Your baby’s visual development is very dramatic during […]

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Filamentary Keratitis

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Filamentary Keratitis Filamentary keratitis is a chronic and painful corneal condition in which small tags of degenerated epithelium and mucus hang off or adhere to the corneal surface. The tags are extensive and may trap bacteria, and dust particles. Filamentary keratitis is most often accompanied with dry eye syndrome and an associated underlying systemic condition, […]

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Fuchs’ Dystrophy / Fuchs’ Corneal Dystrophy / Fuchs’ Endothelial Dystrophy

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Fuchs’ Dystrophy / Fuchs’ Corneal Dystrophy / Fuchs’ Endothelial Dystrophy Definition: Fuchs’ dystrophy is an eye disease caused by degenerative changes affecting the innermost cellular layer of the cornea, the endothelium, which regulates the amount of fluid in the cornea. Due to degeneration of endothelium, the cornea becomes cloudy & swollen.   Characteristics of Fuchs’ […]

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Giant Papillary Conjunctivitis or GPC

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Giant Papillary Conjunctivitis or GPC Contact Lens-Induced Papillary Conjunctivitis (CLPC) Definition: Giant papillary conjunctivitis (GPC) is a type of allergic conjunctivitis characterized by prolonged mechanical irritation in the eye caused by a foreign body especially contact lens. The term “Giant papillary” refers to large bumps that are formed under the eyelid due to constant irritation […]

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Glaucoma

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Glaucoma Glaucoma is one of the leading causes of blindness in the world. Around 2% of the population suffer from this disorder. Unlike cataract, visual loss caused by Glaucoma is not reversible. But fortunately early diagnosis and treatment can prevent visual loss. WHAT IS GLAUCOMA? Glaucoma is a disease in which your optic nerve (nerve […]

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