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What is really going on when I see "double" in one eye?

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Dr. Jack Sipperley
Ophthalmology
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In brief: Cataract

Monocular diplopia or double vision in one eye is related to cataract changes 95% of the time and macular pathology (changes in the retina) 5%.

In brief: Cataract

Monocular diplopia or double vision in one eye is related to cataract changes 95% of the time and macular pathology (changes in the retina) 5%.
Dr. Jack Sipperley
Dr. Jack Sipperley
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Dr. Gregory Cohen
Ophthalmology
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In brief: See ophthalmologist

It could be 1. Refractive error, need glasses 2.
Cataracts 3. Cornea problem 4. Retina problem this needs to be evaluated by an ophthalmologist.

In brief: See ophthalmologist

It could be 1. Refractive error, need glasses 2.
Cataracts 3. Cornea problem 4. Retina problem this needs to be evaluated by an ophthalmologist.
Dr. Gregory Cohen
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