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Pollution: It’s adverse effects on eyes, and Preventive measures.

Recently, People of Kathmandu are getting diseased due to the increasing pollution which is not only affecting the lungs and respiratory system but in the eyes of people living in the Capital city of Nepal. Due to the carelessness of people, they are getting conjunctivitis and vision-threatening problems. Increase in the number of patients visiting the […]

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PCL Ophthalmic Science second year result published by CTEVT

 Council for Technical Education & Vocational Training (CTEVT), Office of the controller of examinations, Santhimi, Bhaktapur, Nepal has published Result of PCL in Ophthalmic Science 2nd Year (Regular) Examination held in 2074 Shrawan/Bhadra and Result of  PCL in Ophthalmic Science 2nd Year (Back) Examination held in 2074 Shrawan/Bhadra.  Regular Student Result Total student = 200 […]

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How to understand glass prescription?

Prescription of the eye glasses you wear as prescribed by optometrists or any other eye care professionals such as ophthalmologist and ophthalmic assistant contains all the necessary parameters required for fitting and dispensing a glass by an optician or Optical dispenser. The parameters are understandable to any eye care professionals and meet the requirements of […]

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2 Most important eye nutrients

Lutin and Zeaxanthin Best sources of lutin and Zeaxanthin. Nutrition is the best way to prevent or delay the progression of any disease. Carotenoids i.e. lutein (pronounced loo-teen) and zeaxanthin (pronounced zee-uh-zan-thin), are antioxidants that are located in the Lens and macula of the both eyes. Macular Degeneration Many studies has shown that these two […]

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Congenital Nasolacrimal Duct Obstruction

Lacrimal Apparatus comprises of main Lacrimal gland, Accessory Lacrimal gland, and  Lacrimal passages which include puncta, canaliculi, lacrimal sac and Nasolacrimal duct. Congenital  NLDO: Congenital Nasolacrimal duct obstruction occurs in approximately 30% of normal newborn infants. The blockage occurs most commonly at the valve of Hasner, at the distal end of the Naso lacrimal duct. […]

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Contact Lens Basics, Instruction, Oxygen permeability

What is Contact Lens? A contact lens is a small plastic wafer typically designed to rest on anterior surface of cornea or sclera (basically corneoscleral part) with the purpose to correct refractive errors and also used for cosmetic purpose to artificially change the color. Types of Contact Lens fitting 1. Alignment Fit (Ideal): Ideal fitting […]

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Diplopia/Double Vision -Classification, Causes, and Treatment of Diplopia

Diplopia or Double VisionDo you see double images sometimes? Excluding the self-made squinting of Eye, Getting drunk on those weekends, and tired Mondays, this sort of short timed diplopia is not a thing to worry about. So, What is diplopia or double vision or Ghost image? Our two eyes work mutually; the images that hit […]