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7603294 tn?1392768827 my husband attended the scan two days ago and was seen by a different specialist who was on duty, my husband was told that there were excess vessels growing and that they are now dealing with a blind eye and the only way forward is to put him under anaesthetic and to laser the eye because if they don't then he'll have to have the eyeball removed?
Avatar n tn Feldman Sandy T. Feldman, M.D., M.S.
Avatar n tn Like many people here I've had a full battery of standard tests that found nothing wrong (UK, NHS, Moorfields Eye Hospital no less). Would love to have the correct diagnosis though. It makes you think, what do most doctors know and how much do they really care? For completeness I am slightly myopic L 0.25; R 0.75. I do not wear my glasses much but using them makes no difference either way for my night vision.
Avatar m tn I live in the UK and after a routine eye examination was found to have a hole at the back of my left eye. I was adviced to go to Moorfields Eye Hospital and was later diagnosed to have a small atrophic hole in an area of lattice degeneration in my left peripheral retina. My vision is 6/6 bilaterally. I was adviced that this condition is common with people with short sight and any laser treatments might add to complication in an already delicate area.
1341130 tn?1276119589 The last time i saw some one regarding the double vision was in moorfields eye hospital in london. They offered to do surgery on my good eye to put it in line with my bad eye, but there was no quarentee it would work. I have never had problems with my right eye. I have also never had prisms in my right lens, its always been the left, despite having prisms i still have double vision. My left eye is not that far off, people dont notice that, what they do notice is the redness in the corner.
Avatar f tn door frames picture frames etc) and vision from this eye appears to be via a green glass window. After the first week I had further laser treatment to remove cloudiness but my eye sight remained exactly the same with the same symptoms and distortions. Yesterday I was diagnosed with Macular degeneration (wet) and given an Avastin injection in the eye and advised that it could take several months for me too see from this eye.
Avatar f tn i have just had my natural lens replaced in my right eye, and am supposed to be having my left eye done, not sure if i want it now, as i have a huge floater and blurry vision, which i never had before. will this floater break down or dispear? is my blurry vision normal. my doctor never told me about the after effects of surgery. please help.
Avatar m tn I live in the UK and after a routine eye examination was found to have a hole at the back of my left eye. I was adviced to go to Moorfields Eye Hospital and was later diagnosed to have a small atrophic hole in an area of lattice degeneration in my left peripheral retina. My vision is 6/6 bilaterally. I was adviced that this condition is common with people with short sight and any laser treatments might add to complication in an already delicate area.
Avatar m tn And although your doctor said you could have the ICL removed/replaced later on if your prescription changed a lot, be aware that every eye surgery adds to the risk of later retina and other complications. Ditto with laser correction; you might have 1 shot at it to correct most of your astigmatism and any 'sphere' error in the strength of the implanted lens, but I don't think this is a procedure than can be repeated frequently.
Avatar f tn I personally do not know anyone. Probably the most well known eye center in England is Moorfields Eye Hospital. This is their website: http://www.moorfields.nhs.
Avatar f tn ( had had a retinal detachemnt in other eye previously and am very cautious of my eyes). He recommended 360 laser to affected eye, and told me I was a very good candidate for the vitrectomy because they were impairing my vision so much.. I checked his credentials and the were impeccable. He did the retinal laser at the same time he did the vitrectomy. I am just concerned that the blur (it is not a blind spot or black spot) will not go away, and he will not answer my questions.
Avatar n tn In January of this year I had another detachment in the Left eye which was repaired but a week after the operation the preasure shot up and the drugs werent reducing it, I had diode laser at moorfields in London. Three weeks after this the retina in that eye detached for a third time, I had the same precedure as before and again it was sucessfull although I only had sight in the centre portion of my field.
Avatar n tn Hi Sorry for delay in replying but yes I have the halo badly in right eye but not left. I have a problem with reading in my left eye and will have to have laser treatment. I don't know what they will do about the halo as sometimes it never goes.
Avatar f tn The distance vision in my right eye is also not as good as the left, so I hope the laser treatment will help that. However, I am experiencing the 'ghosting' problem in both eyes and don't know if the surgery help with that; I'll just keep my fingers crossed that it will!
Avatar m tn It's OE, the op was at Westfield, I can recommend Byron Burger. This January I had laser correction on the left eye to no particular avail. I'm still suffering from low contrast and blurred vision. That being said when I read a chart I'm seeing 6/6 or better, and my reading vision is great. Sounds like the ideal outcome? Well, not really. Intermediate distances are little short of atrocious, at 3 - 5 meters I find it hard to recognise faces.
Avatar n tn In January of this year I had another detachment in the Left eye which was repaired but a week after the operation the preasure shot up and the drugs werent reducing it, I had diode laser at moorfields in London. Three weeks after this the retina in that eye detached for a third time, I had the same precedure as before and again it was sucessfull although I only had sight in the centre portion of my field.
Avatar m tn They don't know much about it, there is no treatment, it is rare (but perhaps many people aren't being diagnosed right), lots of floaters in the affected eye are common. I actually have it in both eyes but didn't notice the blind spot in my left eye, but it is active in my right. Have any of you ever had a mfERG this would diagnose if this is actually a retina or optic nerve problem? Ask your opthalmologist about it. I was misdiagnosed with optic neuritis for 9 months.
Avatar n tn (pronounce ro-z-shea )It's a skin disease causing red pathy skin and it's a sort of adult acne without the big bumbs, i had laser surgery done on my eye a month ago and they couln't figure it out either, I have fibromyalgia and a lot of other pain problems and take a lot of medications, but ibuprofen, i just started about the same time this started but i really need it for my arthrituis..