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    Dr Arun K Mishra is a Consultant Ophthalmic Surgeon in UK NHS since 1972. He has also been a visiting ophthalmologist in India (Motihari) for 2 months every year since 1989.

Questions Answered by me

You have short sightedness (myopia) which is caused by slightly larger size of the eye ball and you need glasses or contact lenses to see better....

Answered on : 05 Jul 2011

Because of the difference of power, the image of the things you see from the right eye is smaller on the retina as compared to left eye. This is...

Answered on : 31 May 2011

It seems your nephew had damage to optic nerve circulation due to head injury. This would have caused optic atrophy and poor vision as a result....

Answered on : 24 May 2011

There is no harm in wearing contact lenses even if you have different powers. I will warn you though that you must maintain proper hygiene in...

Answered on : 06 May 2011

Nystagmus is wobbling of the eyes due to some cause which affects vision of the newborn baby before 3 months of age. However wobbling of the eyes...

Answered on : 04 Apr 2011

There is no harm in wearing contact lenses with slight under correction with which you can manage near as well as distance vision without glasses...

Answered on : 11 Mar 2011

LASER (Light Amplification to Stimulate Emission of Rays) or LASIK (Laser in Situ Keratomaleusis) are the same things and Lasik would be suitable...

Answered on : 25 Feb 2011

This is not the highest power in cylindrical but usually the limit up to which spectacle correction is satisfactory after this contact lenses are...

Answered on : 27 Jan 2011

Your eye condition is called Pterygium. This is usually caused by damage to the front part of the eye by sunlight (UV rays). Your doctor has given...

Answered on : 26 Jan 2011

This condition is not a disease but just an abnormal shape of the eyes. She has to wear glasses to see clearly and to relieve eye strain. This may...

Answered on : 24 Jan 2011
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