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I am 18 year old. I Had got an injury on eyebrow in 2004. In result blood is deposited in my eye. After one month my eyesight started weaken. Then I consult in navsari. They have done cataract surgery in 2005. After 5 year. My eyes pupil starting looks like white. Its like something (white) is moving in pupil. Recently I have got vitrectomy nd sf6. But its as it is. Nothing is changed. Nd my vision is only 40%. If anyone is understanding my case. please hlp me. What is dis in actual.

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Hello. Being a retina surgeon, I do understand your problem pretty well. Let me go through your query point wise. First and foremost, traumatic injuries to the eye or the area around the eyes have an increased risk of being complicated along with poor vision recovery. The injury that occurred to your eye must have resulted in a traumatic catarct developing in the eye. For this, you were operated in 2005. Subsequently, the vitrectomy along with injection of sulfur hexafluoride (sf6) gas was done for your retina complication. The reason for incomplete recovery of vision are multiple: (1) the retina may be damaged along with loss of an important layer in it (photoreceptors) (2) the cornea may be damaged (which may resyult in whitening) (3) the optic nerve may have suffered damage which may have caused it to dry up. Thus, to be frank, it would be a good idea to check your eyes and then suggest you any possible treatment alternatives.
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