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Smith Bruce R OD

Smith Bruce R OD

(219) 663-5960

Category: Eye Doctor

321 N Main St
Crown Point,IN 46307

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  • Technically, anxiety have no affect to your vision. But in fact, anxiety can make people feel vision blur or cause the decreasing of vision. This is just like that you will feel vision blur in overcast day. That is because overcast day will cause the upset your mood, further make you look vision blur. And anxiety is same as overcast day to affect your vision.

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  • If you have the vitreous hemorrhage, you will have to go through the surgery to treat it. After the surgery, you may need one month for the basic recovery. However, you need to take the eye exam every day at the beginning after the surgery. Then you could do the eye exam once a month. Vitreous hemorrhage is extremely common vitreous lesions. It can be caused by all sorts of reasons, such as adjacent tissue lesions or trauma surgery. The blood into the vitreous will not only make vitreous hemorrhage refractive interstitial cloudy but also affect light arrived in the retina and decrease the visual acuity. For a long time, the bleeding absorption will cause the vitreous degeneration and fertile lesions such as a large number of vitreous hemorrhage. Sometimes it is difficult to diagnose reasons. Only after doing the surgery can the doctors know the exact reason.

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  • Generally speaking, the scleritis is not contagious and poses no risk to others. But in order to get your eyes recovered soon, it is better not to go out too often in case of strong light or anything else that is harmful doing further damage to your eyes. Sclera, the tough, white fibrous outer wall layer of the eye is a type of connective tissue which provides both the white color of the eye and allows the eye to maintain its shape. Prompt diagnosis and treatment is essential in preventing permanent vision loss. There is no preventive treatment for most cases. Patients with underlying disease processes should be made aware of the possibility of scleritis occurring and should have access to immediate care and careful monitoring by an ophthalmologist. Besides, treatment of scleritis always requires systemic therapy with NSAIDs, glucocorticoids, or other immunosuppressive drugs. In one study, 67 percent of patients required either high-dose glucocorticoids or the combination of high-dose glucocorticoids and another immunosuppressive agent to control the disease. Some patients, particularly those with peripheral ulcerative keratitis or scleromalacia perforans, need a surgical intervention to preserve vision or prevent globe rupture.