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Diagnosis and treatment of eye related conditions such as hyperopia, astigmatism, strabismus, etc.

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The department of ophthalmology deals with treatment and management of conditions of eyes. Disorders and diseases such as refractive errors, damage of optic nerve, proptosis, obstruction of tear duct, and cataracts are treated. The department provides services for diagnosis and management of ophthalmological conditions. Ophthalmologists at the department have specialization and experience in the field. The patients are given the best possible treatment at the department of ophthalmology.

Ophthalmological ailments
  • Myopia: It is a condition in which a person can not see the distant objects clearly. The vision may appear blurred. It is also called short-sightedness. Its symptoms are headaches, blurred vision, strain to the eye, frequent blinking, and eye rubbing.
  • Hyperopia: It is a condition in which the closely located objects are not noticeably clear, i.e., appear blurred. This is called far-sightedness. The symptoms of myopia are headache which is persistent, squinting, strain to the eye, blurred vision and difficulty doing activities such as reading and writing.
  • Conjunctivitis: It is an inflammation of the conjunctiva that forms the lining of eyelid and covers white part of eye. The eye may look pink or reddish. Along with that, burning sensation, pain, urge to scratch and itch may also occur. It can affect either or both the eyes.
  • Floater: A floater is a spot in the vision. It occurs due to changes brought on by age wherein vitreous humor liquifies. Symptoms of floaters are dark spots, transparent objects, and tiny shapes that settle down and go out of vision’s line are some of the symptoms of floaters. If the floaters increase, an eye doctor must be contacted immediately.
  • Glaucoma: It is a disease in which either harm is inflicted upon the optic nerve in eye, or it does not have intraocular pressure. Symptoms of glaucoma vary according to the type of the disease. When glaucoma is left untreated, it results in loss of vision.
  • Cataracts: In cataract, clouding of the lens occurs. Due to this clouding of the lens, vision loss may occur. Symptoms of glaucoma include blurred vision, double vision, appearance of colored halos, and glare around light while driving at night. When it is left untreated, it may progress and cover the entire eye.
Why Amrit hospital?

At Amrit hospital, ophthalmologists diagnose and treat all kinds of eye related diseases and disorders. They are trained well and have years of experience. Prevention and management of an eye related condition is also available at Amrit hospital in which a disease is stopped, and an existing disease is treated. All the facilities for treatment of ophthalmological conditions are available here.

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Why Amrit

Amrit Hospital was conceptualized with an aim to strive to provide patients with a safe place to get treated. We strive to put our patients’ comfort and treatability above our own concerns. Therefore, we stress on using the latest technology in terms of biomedical equipment, laboratory, surgeries, etc. Amrit Hospital has opted for the latest in LASIK technologies to fight the ophthalmological issues that affect the majority of the patients.