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Retina & Viterous Treatment in Gwalior

Ratan Jyoti Netralaya offers dedicated Total Retina Services to provide comprehensive management of both medical and surgical retina & vitreous.

What is retina vitreous?

The eye acts as a little, living camera. The clear cornea and lens of the eye focus light on the Retina, the sensitive inner lining of the eye.

At the back of the eye, the retina is a light-sensitive layer of cells. It turns light into electrical signals, which are transmitted to the brain via the optic nerve and interpreted by the brain to produce the images we see. For clear vision, a healthy retina is required.

Retina & Viterous treatment in Gwalior ?

Ratan Jyoti Netralaya offers dedicated Total Retina Services to provide comprehensive management of both medical and surgical retina & vitreous. The Retina Department of Ratan Jyoti Netralaya has one of the best Retina Specialists assisted by a team of trained Paramedical staff. The latest and the world’s best cutting edge Medical & Diagnostic Equipments, Lasers, and Surgical Devices for management of Retinal Services are available with the center.

Warning Symptoms:

  • Blurred, double, or distorted vision or difficulty reading.
  • Floaters or spots in your vision.
  • Partial or total loss of vision or a shadow or veil across your field of vision.
  • Pain, pressure, or constant redness of the eye.

OUR RETINA SPECIALISTS

Dr. Dhananjay Shukla

Senior Consultant & Director & Retina-Vitreous Service.

Dr. Priyamvada Bhasin

Director RJN

Dr. Anupreeti Jain

Sr. Consultant

Dr. Komal Khetwani

Consultant

MEDICAL RETINA

  • Medical retina is a broad phrase that refers to a variety of retinal disorders that can be treated with drugs or lasers.
  • All medical retinal issues that do not require surgery are considered medical retinal concerns.
  • The fundamental causes of many medical retinal illnesses are systemic. Diabetic retinopathy, for example, is a direct effect of long-term and/or untreated diabetes.
  • Patients with high blood pressure are more likely to develop venous occlusions.
  • The combined consequences of diabetes and hypertension are more severe in both of these illnesses.
  • Patients with Type A personalities are more likely to develop CSR, which is a stress-related disease.
  • As a result, in all medical retinal problems, controlling the primary/underlying disease is just as vital as, if not more important than, the treatment provided by the retinal specialist.
  • A point that is frequently overlooked/under-emphasized, and which is the leading cause of therapy failures.
  • In the majority of cases, diseases like CSR can be healed by merely reducing stress and do not require therapy.

TYPES OF RETINAL DISEASES

The most common conditions and diseases of the retina are as follows:

  • RetinalTear: When the transparent, gel-like material in the centre of your eye (vitreous) shrinks, it exerts enough traction on the thin layer of tissue lining the back of your eye (retina) to cause a tear in the tissue. It’s frequently accompanied by symptoms like floaters and flashing lights that appear out of nowhere.
  • Retinal Detachment: The presence of fluid beneath the retina indicates a retinal detachment. When fluid travels through a retinal tear, the retina lifts away from the underlying tissue layers, causing this to happen.
  • Diabetic Retinopathy: The tiny blood vessels (capillaries) in the back of your eye can weaken and leak fluid into and under the retina if you have diabetes. This causes the retina to enlarge, causing your vision to blur or distort. It’s also possible that you’ll create new, aberrant capillaries that will burst and bleed. Your vision will also deteriorate as a result of this.
  • Epiretinal Membrane:Epiretinal membrane is a fragile tissue-like scar or membrane that lies on top of the retina and resembles crinkled cellophane. This membrane presses up on the retina, causing your vision to be distorted. Objects may appear skewed or blurry.
  • Macular Hole: A macular hole is a little hole at the back of your eye’s retina in the centre (macula). The hole may form as a result of aberrant traction between the retina and the vitreous, or as a result of an eye injury..
  • Macular degeneration: Macular degeneration causes the centre of your retina to deteriorate. This causes symptoms such as blurred central vision or a blind spot in the centre of the visual field. The two types of macular degeneration are wet and dry macular degeneration. In one or both eyes, many people will experience the dry form first, then the moist form.
  • Retinitis pigmentosa:  Retinitis pigmentosa is an inherited degenerative disease. It slowly affects the retina and causes loss of night and side vision.
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RETINA & VITEROUS treatment in Gwalior

Ratan Jyoti Netralaya offers dedicated Total Retina Services to provide comprehensive management of both medical and surgical retina & vitreous. The Retina Department of Ratan Jyoti Netralaya has one of the best Retina Specialists assisted by a team of trained Paramedical staff. The latest and the world’s best cutting edge Medical & Diagnostic Equipments, Lasers, and Surgical Devices for management of Retinal Services are available with the center.

Warning Symptoms:

      • Blurred, double, or distorted vision or difficulty reading.
      • Floaters or spots in your vision.
      • Partial or total loss of vision or a shadow or veil across your field of vision.
      • Pain, pressure, or constant redness of the eye.

      All diabetics are at risk of getting Diabetic Retinopathy. The risk multiplies the longer a person lives with diabetes. It has been observed that about 80% of long-standing diabetics (15 years or more of diabetes) have some damage in the blood vessels of the retina. Diabetic retinopathy can occur at a young age in juvenile diabetics.

      Diabetic retinopathy is a silent vision stealer. In the early stage, there is hardly any symptom. Hence, a diabetic must strictly get his eye exam done every year. If detected early, vision loss can be prevented. But, once the damage is done, the effects are irreversible.

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