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  • Vitreous Floaters

    Vitreous FloatersTiny specks or cobweb-like shapes in your visionWhat are vitreous floaters?Vitreous floaters are tiny specks or cobweb-like shapes that drift across your field ofvision. They are often described as looking like flies, bugs, or dust specks. Floaters arecaused by tiny clumps of gel or cells inside the vitreous, the clear, jelly-like substancethat fills the…

  • Understanding Corneal Foreign Body with Khanna Vision

    A corneal foreign body refers to any tiny object or particle that finds its way onto the cornea or becomes embedded within its layers. Located at the front and center, the cornea is the clear surface of the eye. Due to its exposed position, it’s vulnerable to injuries and foreign objects such as dust, metal…

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