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The treatment and prognosis of retinal diseases depend on the specific condition and its stage. While some retinal diseases can be managed and vision can be preserved, some others may result in irreversible vision loss. Early detection, timely intervention, and regular follow-up care are crucial for optimizing outcomes. Our retinal specialists at Nethradhama Super Speciality Eye Hospital will develop a personalized treatment plan based on the specific needs of each patient to provide the best possible care for retinal diseases.
Yes, Nethradhama Super Speciality Eye Hospital has a team of experienced ophthalmologists who specialize in the diagnosis and treatment of cataracts in elderly patients.
Yes, although cataracts are more commonly associated with aging, they can also occur in younger people due to genetic factors, trauma, or certain medical conditions. .
The restrictions after retinal surgery may vary depending on the type of procedure and the individual patient’s needs. Your retinal surgeon will provide specific post-operative instructions, which may include avoiding strenuous activities, limiting screen time, using eye drops, and attending follow-up appointments.
The recovery time after retinal surgery can vary depending on the type of procedure and the individual patient’s healing process. In general, most patients can resume normal activities within a few days to weeks after surgery, but it may take several weeks or months for vision to fully stabilize.
The success rate of retinal surgery depends on the specific procedure and the individual patient’s circumstances. In general, retinal surgery has a high success rate, and most patients experience improved vision and quality of life after the procedure.
Macular degeneration is a common retinal disease that affects the central vision and can cause severe vision loss. Treatment options may include medications, laser therapy, and photodynamic therapy to slow the progression of the disease and preserve vision.
Retinal detachment occurs when the retina pulls away from the underlying tissue, causing vision loss. Treatment options may include surgery, such as vitrectomy or scleral buckle, to reattach the retina and prevent further vision loss.
Yes, retinal diseases can affect both eyes, and it’s important to get regular eye exams and follow-up care to prevent or manage vision loss.
Intravitreal injection is a minimally invasive procedure in which medication is injected into the vitreous gel of the eye to treat retinal diseases like age-related macular degeneration and diabetic retinopathy. The procedure is typically performed under local anesthesia in an outpatient setting.
The frequency of retinal exams may vary depending on your age, medical history, and any existing eye conditions. In general, it’s recommended to get a comprehensive eye exam every 1-2 years, but your eye doctor may recommend more frequent exams if you have a higher risk of developing retinal diseases.
It’s important to follow the advice of your retinal specialist regarding the timing of your surgery. In general, delaying surgery can lead to further vision loss and may increase the risk of complications. If you have concerns about the timing of your surgery, discuss them with your doctor.
The extent of vision recovery after a laser procedure depends on the type and severity of your retinal condition. While some patients may experience significant improvement in vision, others may only have partial improvement or no improvement at all. It’s important to have realistic expectations and discuss the potential outcomes of the procedure with your doctor.
Laser procedures for the retina are typically performed under local anesthesia and are not painful. Some patients may experience discomfort or a burning sensation during the procedure, but this is usually brief and can be managed with medication.
The number of injections required for an intravitreal injection (IVI) procedure depends on the specific condition being treated and how well the patient responds to the treatment. IVI injections are typically performed under local anesthesia and are generally well-tolerated. Some patients may experience mild discomfort or pressure during the injection, but this is usually brief and can be managed with medication.
The duration of the effect of an IVI injection depends on the type of medication used and the patient’s response to the treatment. In general, the effects of the injection may last for several weeks to several months. Your doctor will monitor your condition and determine the timing and frequency of additional injections if needed.