Cataract Surgeon In Aurangabad

Cataract Surgeon In Aurangabad

 Once a patient's cataract is verified, the treatment is mainly surgical. When a patient's vision has decreased to the point where it is interfering with his everyday activities, he can have surgery (no longer is it required for the cataract to become mature). In some circumstances, however, where there are related complications or possible risks of complications, an early (even urgent) operation may be required; in these circumstances, you should follow the advice of your Consulting Eye Surgeon. For cataract Surgery meet Cataract Surgeon in Aurangabad Dr. Kiran Mundada.    The following methods are used to treat cataracts (the list only includes established standard treatments):
●     Phacoemulsification with foldable IOL
●     Small Incision Cataract Surgery (SICS) with Intraocular Lens (IOL) Implantation
●     Conventional Surgery (Extracapsular Cataract Surgery-ECCE) is virtually obsolete now

 What is Cataract? 

 Water and protein make up the majority of the lens. The protein is arranged in such a way that it allows light to flow through while focusing on the retina. Some of the protein clumps together and causes a small portion of the lens to cloud. A cataract is a clouding of the eye. The cataract may get larger and cloud more of the lens over time, making it difficult to see. Despite the fact that scientists are learning more about cataracts, no one knows for certain what causes them. Smoking and diabetes are two possible causes, according to scientists. It's also possible that the protein in the lens just changes with age. There's also some evidence that certain vitamins and minerals are associated with cataracts. Ultraviolet light plays a significant impact in the development of cataracts.  

What steps are taken to prepare for surgery? 

 Before surgery, certain tests are performed, including using a special ultrasound equipment to evaluate the curvature and length of the eyeball. This aids in the calculation of the implanted IOL's power. Other tests, such as blood, urine, ECG, and others, may be required to determine the patient's general fitness.  

What happens after surgery? 

 The majority of people can return home the same day after cataract surgery. It's common to experience itching, sticky eyelids, and slight discomfort following surgery. There is also some fluid discharge. A reasonable level of recovery will take about 4 weeks in most circumstances. Mild pain, irritation, redness, and watering are frequent after effects of cataract surgery, although they usually go away after a few days. Although complications post treatment are infrequent, they can arise. Infection (in severe cases, Endophthalmitis), bleeding, increased intraocular pressure (glaucoma), inflammation (pain, redness, swelling), haziness of the cornea, and retinal detachment are some of the symptoms. Any such issue should be reported to an eye surgeon right once, especially if there is significant pain, vision loss, or flashing lights.  

Causes of Cataract 

 Cataracts may develop as a result of the natural ageing process in older people, but they can develop at any age for a variety of reasons, including some eye diseases like uveitis, general disorders like diabetes, inheritance, injury, radiation, infections, and more.  

Signs and Symptoms 

 A reduction in vision for distance and/or near objects is the most common sign of cataract. Reduced vision in bright or low light, diminished contrast, altered colour appreciation, seeing multiple images of the same thing, quick changes in the number/power of glasses, or pain, redness, and watering are some of the other symptoms. There is a complete loss of eyesight in advanced cases, and the pupil turns pearly white. None of these symptoms, however, are specific to cataracts.  

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