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WHAT TO DO WHEN CATARACTS PROGRESS TOO QUICKLY?

Typically, cataracts progress at a slow rate, and diagnosis and treatment are manageable. However, there are also some types of cataracts that progress rapidly due to external influences, causing the patient to quickly lose serious vision and be at risk of blindness if not treated timely.

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4 FACTORS PATIENTS NEED TO CONSIDER BEFORE CATARACTS SURGERY

However, to achieve maximum vision, patients only choosing surgical methods and artificial lenses are not enough. Patients need to consider the following 4 factors to achieve the most optimal treatment results.

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SHOULD PEOPLE OVER 30 YEARS OLD HAVE MYOPIA SURGERY?

For adults over 30 years old with stable finances, nearsightedness surgery is one of the New Year's goals to restore bright eyes, creating more favorable living and working conditions.

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ADVANTAGES OF TRADITIONAL PHACO METHOD IN CATARACTS TREATMENT

To know why Phaco surgery is trusted by both ophthalmologists and patients, let's learn about the irreplaceable advantages of this method through the article below!

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SHARING OF JAPANESE STAFF WORKING IN VIETNAM

After nearly 2 years of living and working in Vietnam, Mr. Hatase Seichi - a Japanese employee at Japan International Eye Hospital - has gradually become familiar with the land and people here.

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BENEFITS OF RELEX SMILE SURGERY COMBINED WITH CROSSLINKING PROCEDURE

After being examined at the Japan International Eye Hospital in July 2023, Ninh received advice from Dr. Vu Anh Tuan to choose combined ReLEx SMILE surgery and Crosslinking produre

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WHY SHOULD PATIENTS NOT DELAY CATARACT SURGERY?

As a consequence of that situation, medical experts encourage patients to have surgery as soon as possible to restore good visual quality and minimize symptoms after surgery.

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CONSEQUENCES OF BLINDNESS DUE TO CATARACTS - CAUSES, PREVENTION, TREATMENT

Typically, senile cataracts take several decades for vision to decline, leading to blindness. However, some other causes can cause the disease to progress faster.

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CAN CATARACTS GO AWAY NATURALLY? ANSWER 5 COMMON MYTHS ABOUT CATARACT TREATMENT

Myths that are spread by word of mouth about this disease can delay patients' access to effective treatments, so stop believing and do not follow the following 5 MYTHS to protect your health. your own eyes and those of your loved ones