How can cataract be there…
This young man brought his aged mother with the complaint that her eyes were watering. Vision in one eye was weak and in the other so-to-say normal.
Internal examination revealed that her weaker eye had lenticular opacity, and when the ophthalmologist told the young man that his mother had cataract in one eye, he was taken aback and said,”How can this be; she never complained!”
Weak sight in one eye is many-a-times symptom-free, in that, the person usually sees well from the better eye.
While weak sight due to a refractive error can be improved with appropriate spectacle lenses, weak sight due to cataract needs to be improved by way of surgery whereby opacified eye lens is removed and an artificial lens (IOL) is implanted in its place. more
As cataract advances, there is myopic shift, and number in hypermetropes goes down - Dr Narendra Kumar, Ophthacare Eye Centre more
Dr. Sahib, An eye surgeon has advised me that I have cataract at initial stage in both the eyes due to which my eye sight is improving day by day. I visit him every six months. now my distance eye sight is perfect and reading eyesight is also improving. Is it possible. more
Tips may be given for members of this group without treating it as assignment and asking for remuneration, if possible at your end. more
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Is it an offer of paid assignment? If so, where will the write-up be used, and what is the remuneration involved? - Dr. Narendra Kumar more