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Best corrected visual acuity of 6/18 or less and / or field of vision of 10 degree or less. People who are unable to see objects (say a person's face) beyond maximum of 3m i.e., 10 feet distance (with their spectacle correction) and / or people those who have side vision difficulty are said to have low vision.

When ordinary eye glasses, contact lenses or intraocular lens implants cannot provide sharp sight, an individual is said to have low vision. Although reduced central or reading vision is common, low vision may also result from decreased side (peripheral) vision, a reduction or loss of clarity of vision, or the eye's inability to properly adjust to light or glare.

The Clinic helps in enhancing the existing potential vision of the patients.

Difficulties dealt:

Recognizing faces at distance
Watching TV
Seeing black board (for students)
Reading fine print/ writing
Computer tasks/ Mobile tasks
Glare problems
Most common conditions seen in the clinic
Congenital cataract / Aphakia
Retinitis Pigmentosa
Diabetic retinopathy
Age related macular degeneration
Heredomacular degeneration (eg: Stargardt's disease)
Optic nerve problems (eg: Optic atrophy)

Services Provided

Assessment of difficulty level of the patients in performing day-to-day activities Vision assessment
Spectacle power check up
Testing with Low vision devices (optical and non-optical)
Color vision assessment
Contrast sensitivity assessment
Field of vision assessment

Low vision aids

The low vision team can offer you an array of devices, practical tips and innovative ideas to help you.

Magnifiers. Magnification devices can be hand-held, freestanding, or mounted on a headband or on your eyeglasses. You can also wear magnifiers around your neck. Many models have a built-in light or incorporate various levels of magnification.

Telescopes. You might try any of a variety of miniature telescopes and binoculars, some worn like eyeglasses. They may help you with distance viewing.

Special eyeglasses. You may find that stronger-than-normal bifocal or trifocal glasses help you see better. Or you may have success with high-power, prismatic "half-eye" reading glasses. These help the good spots in one eye cancel out the bad spots in another.

Electronic technology. Many "high-tech" vision aids are available. They include video reading systems that enlarge type 60 times, auto-focus spectacle telescopes and talking computer systems.

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