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What Will Happen To My Depth Perception After An Eye Injury
It depends: It depends on the severity of vision loss. If vision in the injured eye is poor then depth perception is lost and has to be "re-learned" by visual clues. If vision remains good in the injured eye or can be restored surgically, then depth perception should not be effected. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
If an eye muscle is damaged in the brain after concussion and it leads to blurred vision, how long does recovery take. Will the eye sight return back ?
Mostly nothing: Most corneal scratches, after healing, will cause no visual problems if there was secondary infection, or if the scratch was central and healed improperly, and was very deep, then the sight might become distorted or diminished. ...Read more
Can you tell me if one eye has blurry vision, does that impact depth perception at all, or does one eye have to be totally blind to reduce depth perception?
Usually not: I knew a one eye'd tae kwon do master who could throw a punch at your face and stop within a milimeter of hitting you. There are enough visual 'clues' that we use that even with one eye our brain can percieve a depth perception. You'd fail our stereoscopic tests and probably waste money in 3d movies, but other than that you would have a normal life. ...Read more
Following a bad cataract surgery and loss of iris, can a lens still be put in the eye to see, what to do?
Post Cataract Surg: Yes, an intraocular lens (IOL) can still be placed into the eye even with an extensive loss of iris. Innovative artificial iris implants are also available to avoid post operative glare that can occur after iris loss after cataract surgery. More info at: eyedoc2020.blogspot.com ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have a broken blood vessel inside my eye. The optomologist used a laser for repair. How long will it take to improve my blurred vision?
Vision problems after a traumatic brain injury, I don't see everything to the right as I can to the left by looking straight forward, anyway to repair?
Assessment needed: Vision problems after tbi can occur at different levels, the eye itself or parts of the brain such as the optic nerves or occipital lobe of the brain. Neuro-opthalmologists may be hard to find, but this would be their particular area of expertise. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
How long will it take to recover from cataract surgery? I'm afraid of suffering from vision loss after cataract surgery. How long will it take until i can see clearly again? Will my vision always be a little blurry or will I have to wear glasses after the
Dear doctors, what will happen to our eyes,when we forcibly stare at a bright source of light? Does it cause any damage to the eye?
Usually nothing: Most light sources (except the sun and lasers) are not sufficiently intense to do any damage. You of course will find staring at bright light to be uncomfortable, but your pupils will get automatically smaller and the retina involuntarily moves in little rapid motions which minimize the intensity for any one point. ...Read more
Eye was damaged by burns (not completely impairing their vision, just making it a little blurry), how does the other eye adjust, what to do?
How long before you can see normally again for someone who has had an operation to correct a tear in the central vision of the retina?
Once I have evisceration eye surgery, will there be noticeable scars will be around my eye? After they complete the evisceration eye surgery, I am wondering if i will need plastic surgery to fix my eyelids or to repair the skin around my eyes. What kind o
What are the chances my body will reject a corneal transplant? Due to my eye scarring some years ago after an infection, i need to have corneal transplant surgery. While i'm prepared to for the surgery and recovery time, i'd like to know more about the po
Low risk: Unless the cornea is highly vascularized, i would not worry about it. Follow your doctors med schedule religiously, and call right away for any rejection symptoms and most rejections can be reversed. A rejected cornea can be replaced if it can't be reversed. More concerning to me is the risk of trauma to the graft. Such injuries can be devastating so consider glasses for protection at all times. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Re-calibration: A vitrectomy removes some of the vitreous humor from the eye. Light goes thru this and is refracted in a particular manner. After vitrectomy, the amount of vitreous is different and your eye, optic nerve and brain have to re-calibrate the incoming light information and the response to it from the brain. Change requires time for adaptation. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Does anyone know if it is possible to get some kind of lasik eye surgery after having a retina detachment?
Will the implant look and feel like a normal eye after evisceration eye surgery? I need to have evisceration eye surgery. My concern is that people will be able to easily recognize that one of my eyes is fake. How real are the implants?
I've had my mri of my brain and now I'm going to see the movement disorder specialist after that what will happen about the brain surgery?
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