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Ophthalmology Overview

Eyes are the greatest gift that helps us understand the beauty of this world. We at Jaipur Manipal Hospital are dedicated to ensuring that this greatest gift is protected well. The state of art technologies and the affordable cost combine to deliver the best possible eye care solution one could look out for. We at Manipal Hospitals Jaipur deliver advanced eye care and specialize in eye surgery in India. We have a highly experienced team of doctors who aim at quick and best recovery of our patients.

Who is an Ophthalmologist?

An ophthalmologist is a doctor who commonly acts as both physician and surgeon. (S)he examines, diagnoses and treats diseases and injuries in and around the eye.

Conditions treated under Ophthalmology

Eyes are the window to the soul and certainly the window to the body and thus care of the eyes is important at all ages, at all times.

Cataract: It leads to the formation of the dense and cloudy area in one or both eyes which makes it difficult for the person to see clearly. Common symptoms of cataract are a clouded and dim vision, sensitivity to glare, seeing halos around the lights, double vision, and fading of colours. A cataract surgery can help in curing the condition.
Glaucoma: It is a disease that can damage the optic nerve and lead to permanent vision loss if left untreated. In most cases has no symptoms other than gradual loss of vision, it is difficult to self-diagnose it. Treatment with medications or advance surgery is provided in Manipal Hospitals Jaipur.
Conjunctivitis: Also known as pink eye, this disease is caused by a bacteria or virus leading to inflammation of the inner eyelid and the outer membrane of the eyeball. Its symptoms include redness, irritation, tearing, and discharge in or around the eyes.
Squint: This eye-disorder arises when the eyes are not aligned in the same direction. This can be caused due to a nerve injury or dysfunction in the eye muscles. Age-Related Macular Degeneration (AMD) It blurs the central vision that is used to see detailed things while reading, driving and sewing. Over the time, the blurred area can grow larger leading to blank spots in the central vision.
Diabetic Retinopathy: It is due to diabetes; retina gets damaged in this condition. Treatments are available for this condition.

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