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Causes of Glaucoma

Allergic Conjunctivitis, Vernal kerato-conjunctivitis, Scleritis, Episcleritis, Uveitis, Glaucoma, Steven Johnson’s syndrome . All these conditions can lead to corneal scarring/ haze and lead to visual disturbances. Red eye/ hyperaemic eye can all cause severe sudden eye pain, recurrent pain in or around the eye, hazy, blurred, or double vision, seeing flashes of light or sudden bright floating spots, seeing rainbows or halos around lights, seeing floating “spider webs”, seeing a “curtain coming down” over one eye.

Our Approach

All the above can be effectively treated without steroids, with reversal of the condition, good improvement in vision at AyurVAID.

AyurVAID’s Evidence Based Approach

The AyurVAID protocol is based on the simple premise that the Physician must diagnose and treat only based on sufficient evidence. This evidence should be ‘patient or rogi based’ in addition to being ‘disease or roga based’ in accordance with the fundamental principles of Ayurveda.
How is this made possible?
  • A thorough and complete recording of the patient’s medical history, capturing every minute aspect of his/her lifestyle.
  • A thorough head-to-toe clinical examination, uncovering health risk factors that the patient is unaware of, directly connected or unrelated with his presenting medical complaint(s).
  • This process of detailed history recording and clinical examination- which includes the classical Srotha-Vikrti pariksha – leads to an accurate understanding of the Dosha status of the individual and lays the foundation for an accurate differential diagnosis and medical management.
  • Further, the patient is entitled to be clearly informed about the diagnosis arrived at, as also understand the medical management proposed for him. The Physician shall proceed only with the patient’s informed concurrence.

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