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Eye Care

Pterygium: A growth on the conjunctiva

Pterygium: A growth on the conjunctiva

The word “pterygium” in Greek means “wing,” refers to a triangular tissue growth that starts from the conjunctiva of the eyes. Such growth covers the sclera and extends onto the... Read More

How to take care of your contact lenses?

How to take care of your contact lenses?

Contact lenses are worn directly on the eye’s cornea for correcting vision issues like the way eyeglasses do. Contact lenses work by subtracting or adding the power of focussing to the lens and cornea. Proper use of contact lenses can be an effective and a safe way for vision correction with apt care and... Read More

Why donating eyes is a noble act?

Why donating eyes is a noble act?

Eyes are one of the five important human sense organs. They are the only sense organs that can be donated. Eyes donated are used to treat corneal blindness (CB).Your voluntary pledge to donate your eyes can help these people with corneal blindness to get back their lost... Read More

Squint Eye: Know about its causes and Treatment

Squint Eye: Know about its causes and Treatment

It is an age-old practice of Indians who still believe squint to be a sign of good luck. The possible logic could be not to hurt the emotions of an individual who had a squint eye. Well, squint is NOT a sign of good... Read More

Nutritional treatment of diabetic macular oedema

Nutritional treatment of diabetic macular oedema

People with long-standing diabetes with chronic high blood sugars levels can develop damage to the tiny blood vessels in the retina (innermost layer of the eye), leading to a condition called as diabetic retinopathy. Diabetic retinopathy is one of the leading causes of visual impairment and loss of vision in diabetes... Read More

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