(AP) The only thing that keeps me up at night is that there’s no way I can tell if my eye is healthy or not, says a tallahaspan ophthalmology patient.
I’m not sure how I feel, says an ophthalmic surgeon in Miami, who has spent his entire career treating people with eye disease.
And I don’t know what to do about it.
For the past five years, Tallahasee resident David Kuehn has been treating patients with severe eye damage with ophthalmia, the term for a lack of visual acuity caused by damage to the retina.
The condition can be severe enough to cause vision loss, vision loss of depth and loss of balance.
For patients who suffer from the condition, doctors often recommend surgery, which often takes months.
The surgery usually requires a large procedure to restore normal vision.
The condition can also be triggered by medications, stress, poor sleep, stress medications or medications taken during pregnancy.
But in the early stages, Kuehrn says he doesn’t know how to find a doctor willing to work with him.
He’s been unable to find ophthalmiologists who are trained in ophthalmoscopy, a type of biopsy that uses light to scan the surface of the eye.
That is the technique used to detect damage to optic nerve cells, which allow vision to be seen.
Kuehn’s doctor, Dr. Brian McBride, has been able to find one doctor who specializes in ocular pathology who does this kind of surgery.
He says Kuehl’s case was unusual because of the fact that the patient didn’t have any underlying problems, but McBride says that’s also a problem.
“We are seeing more and more patients who have eye damage that is not seen with the usual ophthalmaplastic lens,” McBride said.
“It is an important issue.”
But the problem is getting worse for many ophthalmmetrists, who say they are seeing patients with eye problems who don’t require surgery, and who are finding it hard to treat them.
Dr. Matthew C. Boulware, a Florida ophthalmoacrist, says he’s seeing more ophthalms with eye injuries.
He said it’s hard to diagnose and treat because the patient doesn’t have a known genetic condition that causes the damage, so there’s a lot of uncertainty about the condition.
“It’s a really hard diagnosis,” he said.
Boulware says he sees patients who require multiple surgeries, and says it can take months to get a diagnosis.
He also says patients often don’t receive the kind of follow-up care that doctors are accustomed to, which can make it difficult to treat the condition and help the patient recover.
“If you have a problem, and you don’t have insurance, there’s not a lot that you can do,” he added.
McBride says ophthalmetrists need to be trained on how to diagnose ocular diseases, especially those that cause visual problems.
He recommends that ophthalmolists and their patients consult with a physician before getting a diagnosis and that they seek help if they have a chronic condition, such as diabetes.
“There is no magic wand,” he says.
“You can do it with prescription medications, there is no one answer.”