"Based on the mechanism and extent of the injury in his right eye, his visual prognosis is fairly poor. An analogy I like to use with patients is that if you imagine your eye to be a camera, the retina represents the film, therefore when..."
"Typical conservative treatments with warm compresses and ointments tend to resolve chalazion within 6weeks. Therefore if they are still persistent and with multiple ones continuing to appear, best to have your child evaluated by a pedia..."
"If your visual problems are indeed related to a refractive problem (meaning you have good visual potential with the addition of glasses or contacts), time is not an issue. However if your vision is decreased as a result of something per..."
"Seeing black lines does not sound classic for any particular condition, but if the symptoms appear to be progressing, you should get a complete dilated exam by an ophthalmologist to exclude any treatable eye conditions."
"There are various reasons the vision could be affected post-surgery. The eye could have some surface irritation or dryness that would resolve with aggressive lubrication with artificial tears. A second possibility is that the pterygium..."
"Based on the location you indicated, it may in fact not be a stye but inflammation or infection along your nasolacrimal duct (tear drainage system). I would recommend seeing an ophthalmologist to evaluate to see if you need antibiotics ..."
"Given your history of MS, the diagnosis of optic neuritis needs to be excluded, although it is less common for someone in your age group. Regardless, if your visual symptoms are progressive, I would definitely try to be seen sooner than..."
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