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What Are Eye Floaters?   By: mahi muqit
Eye floaters are common and happen to most of us as a natural part of the aging process, they are not usually dangerous and will not cause vision loss. Most people learn to live with their floaters over time, learning how to ignore them, so they don't bother them when looking at a white wall, typing on a computer, or reading the newspaper or a book.(read entire article)
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What Is A Vitrectomy?    Submitted as: Private Practice of Mr Mahi Muqit PhD FRCOphth
A vitrectomy is carried out by the eye surgeon, using small instruments to cut the vitreous and suck it out the eye. After this the eye surgeon is able to carry out any other eye repairs needed, such as repairing a hole in the retina. The vitreous is replaced with a gas or saline, which helps keep the retina in position and helps your eye keep its shape.(read entire article)
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Vmt Ophthalmology – Everything You Need To Know    Submitted as: Private Practice of Mr Mahi Muqit PhD FRCOphth
VMT can lead to a macular hole, which will distort and blur the central vision and will require surgical intervention to reduce the risk of permanent vision loss.(read entire article)
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What Does An Ophthalmologist Do?    Submitted as: Private Practice of Mr Mahi Muqit PhD FRCOphth
An ophthalmologist is a medical and surgical specialist providing high quality eye examinations, diagnosis and treatments. They are able to treat a wider range of eye conditions than an optician or optometrist.(read entire article)
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What Is A Macular Hole And How Do You Know If You Are At Risk?    Submitted as: Private Practice of Mr Mahi Muqit PhD FRCOphth
There are three stages of a macular hole, which you may be diagnosed with. The first stage is Foveal detachments, which half will heal on their own without treatment and the other half will progress. The second stage is partial thickness holes, which without treatment seventy percent will continue to progress and thirty percent recover on their own. Full thickness holes are the third stage and the size of the hole and its location determines how much it effects the vision.(read entire article)
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