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NIDHI NETRALAYA

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Ophthalmologist Clinic

OM PARISAR, ARYA NAGAR , DURG
1 Doctor · ₹200
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NIDHI NETRALAYA is known for housing experienced Ophthalmologists. Dr. K K Mishra, a well-reputed Ophthalmologist, practices in DURG. Visit this medical health centre for Ophthalmologists recommended by 72 patients.

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OM PARISAR, ARYA NAGAR ,
DURG, Chhattisgarh - 491001
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Dr. K K Mishra

Diploma in Ophthalmology
Ophthalmologist
85%  (11 ratings)
44 Years experience
200 at clinic
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What Could Be Causing Flashing Lights In My Eye?

DNB - Ophthalmology, FRCS, MBBS Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery
Ophthalmologist, Chennai
What Could Be Causing Flashing Lights In My Eye?

Eye flashes or photopsia can be caused by many conditions. Although flashes are harmless, they might indicate some serious eye issue which needs to be addressed immediately. Medical attention should be taken when flashes cause loss of vision and also small spots seem to float from one side to the other, thereby hindering the vision.

Migraines

Migraines and very severe recurrent form of headaches which last for few hours to many days can cause visual symptoms. The light flashes look like zigzag lines, geometric patterns and sparkles when they occur with a migraine. Flashes might affect one eye or both and occur in the peripheral area of the vision. Light flashes sometime also occur due to an ophthalmic migraine, migraine without a headache.

Posterior Vitreous Detachment

The jelly-like substance or the vitreous fluid fill the center of the eye and also gives it shape, is attached to the retina. With age and over time there is shrinking of the vitreous and it begins to detach from the retina. This is known as posterior vitreous detachment. In this, the vitreous tugs or pulls on the retina, while the retina gets detached and stimulates it thus causing flashes to occur.

There is no known treatment for posterior vitreous detachment, through regular monitoring of the eye through eye checkups are helpful. Symptoms of this are similar to those of retinal detachment (condition in which there is permanent vision loss).

Retinal Detachment or Tear

Retinal tear and detachment also cause light flashes in the eye. This needs to be treated promptly. In the case of permanent vision loss, there is detachment of retina at the back of the eye, especially if the detachment takes place over the macula which is the main focus of the vision on retina. When the retina detaches from the eye, it loses the main source of nutrients. As there are photosensitive cells in the retina which are responsible for vision, the results of the retinal tear are severe.

Retinal damage occurs after trauma or as a complication from diabetes or posterior vitreous detachment. Vitreous gel tends to seep under the retina from the small crevices and holes formed by the retinal thinning. This, in turn, raises the sections and disconnects it from the eye. This can be corrected by laser treatment, cryopexy or eye surgery.

Other Causes:

A trauma like a hard blow on the head can lead the person to experience flashes of light. Also, some medications can lead to toxic levels, like Digitalis can cause flashes of light. The symptoms of eye flashes also occur with macular degeneration, which is an age-related disease and in this, the vision reduces gradually.

Eye Flashes - Know Why It Is Experienced!

Kolkata University
Ophthalmologist, Kolkata
Eye Flashes - Know Why It Is Experienced!

Eye flashes or photopsia can be caused by many conditions. Although flashes are harmless, they might indicate some serious eye issue which needs to be addressed immediately. Medical attention should be taken when flashes cause loss of vision and also small spots seem to float from one side to the other, thereby hindering the vision

Migraines

Migraines and very severe recurrent form of headaches which last for few hours to many days can cause visual symptoms. The light flashes look like zigzag lines, geometric patterns and sparkles when they occur with a migraine. Flashes might affect one eye or both and occur in the peripheral area of the vision. Light flashes sometimes also occur due to an ophthalmic migraine, migraine without a headache.

Posterior Vitreous Detachment

The jelly-like substance or the vitreous fluid fill the center of the eye and also gives it shape, is attached to the retina. With age and over time there is shrinking of the vitreous and it begins to detach from the retina. This is known as posterior vitreous detachment. In this, the vitreous tugs or pulls on the retina, while the retina gets detached and stimulates it thus causing flashes to occur.

There is no known treatment for posterior vitreous detachment, through regular monitoring of the eye through eye checkups are helpful. Symptoms of this are similar to those of retinal detachment (condition in which there is permanent vision loss).

Retinal Detachment or Tear

Eye flashes and floaters may cause retinal detatchment. Retinal tear and detachment also cause light flashes in the eye. This needs to be treated promptly. In the case of permanent vision loss, there is a detachment of retina at the back of the eye, especially if the detachment takes place over the macula which is the main focus of the vision on the retina. When the retina detaches from the eye, it loses the main source of nutrients. As there are photosensitive cells in the retina which are responsible for vision, the results of the retinal tear are severe.

Retinal damage occurs after trauma or as a complication from diabetes or posterior vitreous detachment. Vitreous gel tends to seep under the retina from the small crevices and holes formed by the retinal thinning. This, in turn, raises the sections and disconnects it from the eye. This can be corrected by laser treatment, cryopexy or eye surgery.

Other Causes:

A trauma like a hard blow on the head can lead the person to experience flashes of light. Also, some medications can lead to toxic levels, like Digitalis can cause flashes of light. The symptoms of eye flashes also occur with macular degeneration, which is an age-related disease and in this, the vision reduces gradually.

Cornea Disorders - What To Do?

MBBS, MS - Ophthalmology
Ophthalmologist, Jaipur
Cornea Disorders - What To Do?

Some of the common conditions that affect the cornea are as below :

1) Injuries - In case of a minor injury and scratch the cornea has the capability to heal on its own. But in case of deeper injuries there might be corneal scarring, leading to a haze in the cornea along with impaired vision. In case of deep injury you could experience pain in the eye, sensitivity, reduced vision, inflammation of the eye, headache, vomiting and nausea.

2) Allergies - The common allergies that affect the eye are related to pollen, especially in the warm and dry weather. Symptoms are burning sensation, redness of the eye, itching, and watery discharge. These symptoms can be reduced by antihistamine decongestant eye drops. Rain and cold weather also improve the symptoms.

3) KeratitisThis is the inflammation of the cornea. Though infection is a common cause of keratitis, non-infectious keratitis is due to minor injuries and wearing the contact lenses for too long. Infectious keratitis is mainly due to parasites, fungi, viruses and bacteria. These can be treated with antibacterial eye drops.

4) Dry Eye - This is a condition where the eye produces less tears and is unable to keep the surface of the eye lubricated. The symptoms of this are scratchy feeling due to the dryness of the eye, along with a burning and stinging sensation of the eye.

Some common diseases affecting the cornea are as below :

1) Herpes Zoster - This is basically the reactivation of the varicella zoster virus. This virus also causes chickenpox and if you have had chicken pox then the virus can live in the nerve cells and become activated later in life. The virus might travel through the nerves to the cornea, affecting the cornea.

2) Iridocorneal endothelial syndrome - This is more common in women aged 30-50 years. It has three features: glaucoma, swelling of the cornea, and changes of the iris.

3) Pterygium - This is the pinkish, triangular tissue growth, which occurs on the cornea. This might grow slowly throughout life. This is commonly seen in sunny weather in adults aged between 20-40 years.

Treatment options for corneal disorders are as below :

1) Laser surgeryPhototherapeutic keratectomy is a surgical technique. In this UV light is used to restore and reshape the cornea. This is used to treat corneal dystrophies and recurrent erosions.

2) Anterior lamellar keratoplasty and endothelial lamellar keratoplasty - This procedure removes the damaged or diseased endothelial tissue which is then replaced by the healthy tissue from a donor.

3) Corneal Transplant Surgery - This removes the damaged part of the cornea and then it is replaced by the healthy tissue through a donor.

4) Artificial Cornea - Keratoprosthesis is usually known as the artificial cornea. This is an option for people who have not had a successful tissue implant.

Hi, I am suffering from chalazion. I have been suggested for surgery as warm water compression did not yield any result. I want to know does it affect our eyes and vision?

MD - Homeopathy, BHMS
Homeopath, Thane
Hi, I am suffering from chalazion. I have been suggested for surgery as warm water compression did not yield any resu...
No eye and vision is not affected in chalazion. Getting it removed once doesn't guarantee you wouldn't get it again since chances of recurrence are high. Getting proper holistic regimen treating the root cause of it can help you better.
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My eyes go deep and my cheeks are outside so suggested me how I care for my eyes.

C.S.C, D.C.H, M.B.B.S
General Physician, Alappuzha
My eyes go deep and my cheeks are outside so suggested me how I care for my eyes.
Home remedies to get rid of sunken eyes * raw potato juice. Slice up a raw potato and place them over your closed eyelids for around 20 minutes..* tea bags. You can place a pair of warm or chilled tea bags over your closed eyelids for 15-20 minutes..* sandalwood.

My daughter have eye redness and eyebrows pain and pain over cheek is this inflammation or what she is 10 years.

C.S.C, D.C.H, M.B.B.S
General Physician, Alappuzha
My daughter have eye redness and eyebrows pain and pain over cheek is this inflammation or what she is 10 years.
Your daughter has conjunctivitis and frontonasal sinusitis and need check up and medicines from a ent or a physician.
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