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Can You Examine Cornea With Nacked Eye
Can you a have eye laser corrective surgery if the eye doctor notice eye pressure in your eyes, and then say it can lead to glaucoma? Plus had sarcoid
Depends: If your iop is too high for your eyes, this can definitely lead to irreversible vision loss. Your eye md should be evaluating you for glaucoma ; instituting treatment if characteristic optic nerve changes of glaucoma are present. Sarcoidosis often is initially treated with prednisone, which can elevate iop in susceptible people. I'd advise against lasik until your diagnosis is established. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
When an eye doctor examines you, can he or she really diagnose you by just looking in your eyes with a light?
Are PCPS able to treat corneal abrasions? Or any small eye pain? Eye problems? Or must go to an eye Dr?
To some degree: If your glasses prescription is known, your contact prescription should be as well. If the eye doctor just looks at the glasses with his/her naked eye, he/she may get a rough idea of your prescription. If they look at the glasses with a lens meter, he/she will know the glasses' exact prescription, and have a good idea of the contact prescription based on that. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
When you get your eyes dilated can doctor see lesions? when eyes are dilated can you see behind optic nerve?
Yes and No: Yes a dilated eye examination facilitates examining the retina, it's blood vessels, optic nerve, & the vitreous humor. Any abnormalities or lesions will be identified as well. Sometimes mor sophisticated imaging techniques may also be utilized (ultrasound, optical coherence tomography, flourescein angiography). However a dilated exam will not allow viewing behind the eyeball where the optic n exit ...Read more
Many things: The exam of the undilated eye can give us many things.We can verify the quality of your lens (look for cataracts), verify the health of the back of your eye(retina).The blood vessels that are visible along the back of your eye can suggest problems with your blood pressure or side effects of certain conditions or drugs.Dilating will give a broader field of view, but most cannot function well after ...Read more
Do colored contacts ruin your eye sight, even after the doctor said you have one eye with a weak eye sight?
Contact lenses: It's not the color of the contact lens, it's how well it fits and how tolerable your eye is to it. Te color of the lens doesn't damage your eye sight. If you have only one good working eye, it is very important to wear them responsibly and have your eyes checked out routinely. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Possibly: See your eye doctor to discuss this option. The thickness of your glasses typically depends on the strength of the prescription and type of glass material used and does not have to do with a lazy eye. Sometimes, if you have prism in your glasses it can make them thicker. There are thinner, lighter high index lenses that may help you. ...Read more
Can the eye doctor check and see the optic nerve without to put drops on eyes? I was checked without to put eyes drops
Yes: Multiple general medical conditions can be detected in the eye-specifically the retina, the tissue that line the back of the eye and "senses" the light. Common conditions such as diabetes, high blood pressure and high cholesterol can be seen. Anemia and certain types of infections can also be seen. Often their severity in the eye is an indication of the disease's severity for general health. ...Read more
I wanted to know when you have pink eye can you use red eye drops along with your pink eye medication?
Can color contacts cause damage to eyes? I think its fine as long as they're fitted to your eyes by an eye doctor and it's the correct prescription.
Can tilted glass frames like wayfarers mess with your vision if you have your prescription in them?
Usually, yes: Usually, when an eye doctor does an exam, he or she can tell from a routine exam at the microscope if a person has had LASIK eye surgery; usually the edges of the flap, created by the surgery, can be faintly seen. This is a normal finding and occurrence after LASIK surgery. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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