Cataracts Department

  

   Cataract is the most prevalent eye disease, and the major cause of       blindness worldwide.

     Cataract is defined as an opacity that found in the natural lens of the       eye, which loses its transparency due to this       opacity, and as a       result; gradual deterioration of vision occurs.  

 








                                                                                                                    



Post-operation: Patient is given medications, advised use it in time according to doctor instructions, and asked to come for the first post-operative visit.

The next day after surgery, patient s' vision improves, and he can resume his normal life after one weak.

Surgery: For surgery, Phaco emulsification techniques is the reliable adopted procedure in our hospitals for cataract surgery. In this procedure, small incision is made to insert the artificial intraocular lens after removing opaque natural lens by emulsification with ultrasound quick waves, this incision is comparatively smaller and self sealing as compared with the previous conventional surgery incision, therefore; Phaco has few side effects such as astigmatism that may found in the conventional cataract surgery due to suturing.

Post-operation: Patient is given medications, advised use it in time according to doctor instructions, and asked to come for the first post-operative visit.

The next day after surgery, patient s' vision improves, and he can resume his normal life after one weak.

Treatment: Cataract can be treated only by surgery with intra-ocular lens implantation.


Causes:

1- Advancing age (the main cause of cataract)

2- Sunlight rays (ultraviolet (UV) light)

3- Eye trauma

4- Inheritance  

5- Diabetes

6- High blood pressure

7- Prolonged use of steroid medicines

8- Smoking

9- Alcohol


Symptoms:


1/ Blurred vision.

2/ The sun or lamp light seem too bright or glare, a halo may be seen around lights.

3/  Colors seem faded, dull or washed out.

4/ Poor night vision.

5/ Frequent change in the prescription of eye glasses or contact lens.

In the OPD of Cataract Department, doctors use the most modern instrumentation and techniques to examine cataract patients, and to measure the accurate size of interocular lenses that should be implanted for patients in surgery when the doctor decides to perform surgery.



Doctors service:

1.  Dr. Amir Ahmed Mahmoud

2.  Dr. Ghulam Murtaza Soomro

3.  Dr. Amal Own El Sharif. Medical Doctorate in Ophthalmology (M.D)

4.  Dr. Mirza Zakiuddin.  Medical Doctorate in Ophthalmology (M.D)

5.  Dr. Amira Abdul Dafih

6.  Dr. Omaima Bashir

7.  Dr. Irshad Ali


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