Reduced Vision is the most common vision symptom and when doctors talk about Reduced Vision, they typically mean a decrease in sharpness or clarity that has developed gradually. Reduced Vision is defined as the partial loss of vision, either temporary or permanent. Reduced Vision can affect your entire line of sight, or just parts of your vision. This could include your peripheral vision, or how you see to the right or left of your field of vision. Often, you can experience Reduced Vision in only one eye. Although there can be many causes of Reduced Vision, some of the common causes are cataracts, corneal opacification, infectious retinitis, migraine headaches, stroke and injury to the eye, among others. An Eye Surgeon diagnoses Reduced Vision or Blurry Vision by performing a physical examination of the eyes and other tests include refraction, slit-lamp examination, ophthalmoscopy and many more. Reduced Vision Treatment typically depends upon the condition that's causing the symptoms and its treatment includes eye drops, laser surgeries, or medications to control the underlying conditions. Reduced Vision, often, leads to Glaucoma, which is a group of eye disorders that causes damage to the optic nerve and leads to low vision. Reduced Vision can be treated but its treatment might take time and often require 3-4 sessions with the doctor.
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