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Is It Possible For People With Strabismus To See 3 D Effects
It depends: Depends on whether or not they can fuse two images and at what level. It is possible to test this in an ophthalmologists office. ...Read more
Yes: A person with hemophilia can and should have routine preventive and comprehensive dental care. If surgical intervention is planned or a procedure where bleeding is anticipated, your dentist and/or surgeon will or should consult with your hematologist to discuss the planned treatment and options for minimizing the risk of excessive or prolonged bleeding. ...Read more
Yes: Good vision with both eyes provides the best depth perception. Clues in the environment can help people with only one good eye to gauge distance. Strabismus acquired after childhood may be associated with double vision which would make cycling and many other activities problematic. Individuals with strabismus or other eye problems should consult with an eye doctor before operating any vehicle. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Parkinson: Yes, either predisposed or effect of medications (extra pyramidal symptoms). ...Read more
Is it possible for you to correct vision to 20/20 also what is 20/40 can you express it as a prescription?
Yes mostly: If the optical and retinal elements of the eye are normal, then correction to 20/20 is the usual outcome with proper eyeglass correction. 20/40 is a level of vision two lines down from "normal" meaning a line of letters large enough that a person seeing 20/20 could read that line of print 40 feet away. The prescription depends on whether you are myopic, hyperopic or astigmatic. ...Read more
Yes: Most eyes are fairly close in their need for glasses but a few have a moderate and rarely a significant difference between the two. This does include a few with myopia in one eye and hyperopia in the other. These can be corrected with proper glasses or contacts in most cases. Check with your ophthalmologist for the best options. ...Read more
Find cause : You'll be fine, but there needs to be a determination of causation for the pseudotumor. Most often it is drug related. The two most common reasons are overdose of vitamin a and use of tetracycline antibiotics. Since it is usually caused by a drug reaction, once its cleared, pregnancy is safe. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
What is a good treatment for someone who has optic neuritis in 1 eye due to ms? Is MS treatment meds enough or is it best to also add another for this
2 separate category: Optic neuritis would be classified as a relapse, and is best treated with EITHER intravenous Methylprednisolone or ACTHAR. The standard disease modifying agents are designed to prevent this, and should be continued even if a relapse occurs, but the more potent the med, the less relapses you will have. Tysabri (natalizumab) is the second most potent med on the market, currently. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
It is not possible: You can have myopia in one eye, and hyperopia in the other, but not both in one eye. Unless you are actually referring to the loss of ability to read without glasses, which happens to everyone in their mid to late 40's. This is actually 'presbyopia', which some people confuse with farsightedness. ...Read more
More and more consensus that mental health inpatients should be treated as near to home as possible, but what is the evidence for this?
Please explain if it is possible for the eye condition "strabismus" to be occasional, and can be triggered?
Is it possible for someone with epilepsy to have seizures even with medication an occasional one is it cureable or a lifetime condition?
Seizures: Seizure disorders can be caused by multiple problems and can be very complex to treat. Many times it requires multiple meds in order to bring seizures under control, depending on the condition that causes them. The same is the truth with their duration. Some resolve early in life, some are transient and others may last a lifetime. ...Read more
Happens often: In the care of well trained physicians this is done all the time with success. People who suffer retinal detachments are seldom professional athletes at the peak of health.Management of complicated patients are what it takes them so long to train. ...Read more
Positive: Typically it is considered to be easier to treat the positive symptoms of schizophrenia as opposed to the negative symptoms. Positive symptoms tend to respond better to antipsychotic medications. Medications to treat the negative symptoms of schizophrenia are currently lacking or of limited efficacy. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is there a medicine for adult add? Husband is having trouble with "focusing" and "tunnel vision" when it comes to doing things. He was on meds as a young adult for add. Is there something for adults to take that will not make him drowsy or "dopey" with
Unintentionally: Some individuals eyelids drift apart during sleep, giving them the appearance that their eyes are partially open. A condition, bell's palsy, is an often reversible paralysis, that affects the ability to close the eyelid on one side. Injections of Botox for blepharospasm can sometimes result in temporary failure of eyelid closure. All of these generally result in ocular drying. All not intentional. ...Read more
Is it possible if you make have outrageous anger issues and not be able to control them to an extent? Is this a possible case of bipolar disorder?
Can you tell me if that autism spectrum disorder is a disease to be cured and done away with or a different way of?
Not cured: But recovery is possible. It matters greatly what the symptoms are and how the person learns to adapt. Watch the hbo movie "temple grandin" to see her story about how she learned to function in society. Many different treatments work for some people and not for others. Every patient with ASD is unique their treatment should be individualized. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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