About Me: Female, 50, Apopka, FL, member since Jun 2010
I'm the victim of an eye stike that left me with a 'permanent' blown pupil (mydriasis) . A roulette marble ball stuck my one eye and also damaged the vision. I have been treated for two years and need more information depicting that a injury hit to an eye can splint
[More]er the musscle contoling dialation and it won't close; also, what the prognosis is? In as much, as the over exposed eye to uv light leaves me vulnerable to developing cataracks, even glucoma/md. Not many ophthalmologist are that familiar etc., with the blown pupil eye damage?
My attorney wants me to find another eye doctor to verify that indeed a hard ball hit can permanently blow the pupil and make the eye more likely to develp eye diseases. My eye diagnosis is a permanent Mydriasis but the doctor doesn't llike to deal with an attorney?!
Help. I need a reference, as close to Orlando, Fla., as I can find. Thank you Maria Avare
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