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If a man gets ocular mg at 69 will he die from it or with it?

If a man gets ocular mg at 69 will he die from it or with it?

With it: Ocular myasthenia gravis, if that is all he has, is a local condition that is unpleasant but not life threatening. As long as the mg stays local and does not affect other parts of the body, he is no in long term danger. A neuroophthalmologist can help with the care of this condition. ...Read more

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Could an ocular miagrane happen every day for 2 months?

Yes: Very uncommon but if you have had this diagnosis made, and are experiencing the phenomena that goes with this, then you have recurrence at a frequent of this usually benign but annoying condition. ...Read more

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Ocular surface disease not letting me see good quality colors seem so dull and dark one day and then a couple days later everything seems so bright y?

Ocular surface disease not letting me see good quality colors seem so dull and dark one day and then a couple days later everything seems so bright y?

Possible cause: It sounds like that you have seen an eye doctor who used the term "ocular surface disease" to account for your symptoms of variable vision. However, the perceived brightness of colors would not be a likely symptom of surface disease such as dry eye, and should be immediately improved to some extent by the use of artificial tears. I would be more concerned with retinal or optic nerve conditions. ...Read more

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Tell me about albinism ocular?

Tell me about albinism ocular?

Pale eyes: Albinism is an inherited condition in which pigment formation is disturbed. In ocular albinism the eyes mostly are affected producing pale eye color, light sensitivity and lowered vision. Complete albinism causes the skin to be pasty white, the iris to be pink and the hair to be pure white. The vision is always diminished in this form. ...Read more

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A lot of sudden ocular migraines! what should I do?

A lot of sudden ocular migraines! what should I do?

Daily aspirin: The visual distortions that occur with migraine are caused by changes in blood flow in the visual centers of the brain. Good neuro exam and perhaps ct or MRI are necessary to rule out vascular malformation. If negative, use of good doses of Aspirin at onset are important to improve cerebral blood flow. Try to avoid ergots and triptans. ...Read more

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Are there any holistic ways to lower ocular pressure?

Are there any holistic ways to lower ocular pressure?

No: If you mean ways using non conventional medications and avoidance of surgery - none are effective. If you have elevated eye pressure this is serious and can cause vision loss. Don't look for some alternative, non-effective therapy. ...Read more

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Is it okay to call into work because of ocular rectitus?

Is it okay to call into work because of ocular rectitus?

Not possible: This is not a recognized medical terminology and actually derives from a common joke. You might fool your employer if he is a bit clueless. However if he understands what you are saying, that might put your job in danger. ...Read more

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Hi doctors, can you tell me what is ocular histoplastmosis?

Hi doctors, can you tell me what is ocular histoplastmosis?

Parasite in eye: This is due to the migration through the blood stream (usually from the lung) of a protozoan histoplasmosis, which takes up residence commonly in the retina feeding on and destroying retinal tissue. It is more common in the us midwest. There is treatment to prevent spread but the damage it does is usually permanent. ...Read more

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Can ocular albinism be cured?

Can ocular albinism be cured?

Not now: This is a genetic defect in the production of melanin, the normal brownish pigment of the body and eye. There is no current cure although stem cell work offers some promise in the future. ...Read more

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How is dry from from ocular herpes?

How is dry from from ocular herpes?

Big difference: Eye dryness is usually from low or altered tear flow and is annoying but not usually pathologic. It is usually somewhat chronic. Herpes is a viral infection, usually on the cornea or on the lids of the eye. It can do considerable damage, may be recurrent and should be treated quickly by your ophthalmologist. ...Read more