Dr Kareeshma was invited speaker on LASIK at a seminar conducted by Anideep Eye Hospital.
I often get asked this question by the older generation. The minimum age for LASIK is 18 years with a stable number for atleast 1 year. There is no real maximum cut off for LASIK. As one crosses the age … Continued
Precision in surgery is what every surgeon and patient chases- and this is the main advantage of a femtosecond laser. The conventional LASIK involves 2 steps – In the first step we use a microkeratome – which is basically a … Continued
Not all corneal transplants are done with the purpose of restoring vision. Optical corneal transplants/ Optical Keratoplasties are those done when the cornea is opaque due to any reason, and the sole purpose of the surgery is visual rehabilitation. A … Continued
Not all infections of the eye are Conjunctivitis. Conjunctivitis is an inflammation or infection of the conjunctiva-the thin transparent layer of tissue that lines the inner surface of the eyelid and covers the white part of the eye. It maybe … Continued
Eye Donation Incase of visual problems affecting the eye, the cornea is the only structure that can be transplanted to restore vision. Diseased corneas can be replaced successfully by transplanting a human donor cornea to the diseased eye. CORNEAL TRANSPLANTATION … Continued
Dr. Kareeshma was invited as Faculty to the Young Ophthalmologists Society of India (YOSI) session at the winter conference of DOS – Delhi Ophthalmological Society this weekend. It was a great debate on Iris Claw vs Scleral fixated IOLs. Thank you, … Continued