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The human eye is a neuro-optical marvel which functions better than the best of modern digital camera. When light rays pass through the lenses of the eye, an image gets focused on the retina. The retina has billions of photo receptors which convert this image into streams of electric impulses, which are then related than are related to the brain through optic nerves and tracts.
When the eye is not able to focus the light rays to the retina, eyesight is blurred and the condition is called a refractive error. Refractive errors occur when the curvature of the cornea, length of the eye and power of the lens do not synchronise.

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A Few About LASIK

LASIK stands of “Laser Assisted In Situ Keratomileusis”. Performed first in 1990 in the United States, LASIK boasts to have one of the highest patient satisfaction rates among medical procedures worldwide today. LASIK involves extremely precise and accurate reshaping and sculpting of the cornea to a predetermined curvature using an Excimer LASER, so as to focus the image on the retina. It is also called as LASER vision correction.
Myopia ( Short sightedness)

Is a condition where image is focused in front of the retina either because the eye is too long or its focusing power is too strong. The distance objects appear blurred.

Hyperopia (Long sightedness)

Here the light rays reach the retina even before it gets focussed. The eye is too short or its focusing power is weak. Both distance & near objects are blurred and initially blurring may be intermittent. Eye fatigue often occurs and this is very common especially in children.


Here the eye does not focus light evenly onto the retina due to irregular shape of the cornea.

Is a normal ageing process. The ciliary body of the eye is unable to work effectively, and do not focus the image of near objects sharply on the retina. This results in a need to wear near glasses for reading and near work. Presbyopia may be associated with any of the above three conditions