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Paediatric Ophthalmologists

Paediatric Eye Problems & Paediatric Ophthalmologists

Who are Paediatric Ophthalmologists? A Paediatric Ophthalmologist is a qualified ophthalmologist (eye surgeon) specialising in children’s eye care. Not all ophthalmologists are comfortable in dealing with children’s eye issues. Paediatric ophthalmologists can assess and treat most eye problems in children. They perform the following assessment concerning children’s eye care: Vision

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WSPOS World Wide Connect 2020

I was delighted to be awarded first place in the video competition at the recent 24 hour virtual international meeting WSPOS CONNECT. 46 videos were submitted to the competition. My video was a novel surgical technique for eye muscle surgery described by Dr Matthew Pihlblad. The technique has been published in the

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ophthalmologist Sydney

What happens if cataract is left untreated?

If cataract is neglected for long enough, cataract surgery can be more complicated, and the eye can take much longer to recover. The longer a cataract is left untreated, the more it reduces a person’s quality of life and independence. Dr Parth Shah is an experienced ophthalmologist Sydney performs cataract

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Myopia in children-an increasing problem in today’s society

What is myopia? Myopia is a condition in which the eye does not focus properly.  It is also known as “short-sightedness” or “near-sightedness.”  People with myopia can see more clearly at short distances but have blurred vision at long distances. Myopia is the most common eye disease in the world.

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Happy World Sight Day from WSPOS

World Sight Day was on 8th October 2020. This year’s theme was “Hope in Sight”. I was delighted and honored to be a part of this video celebrating World Sight Day on behalf of the World Society of Paediatric Ophthalmology & Strabismus (WSPOS).   I spoke about my passion for

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cataract surgery in Sydney

10 facts about Cataract

Dr Parth Shah performs cataract surgery in Sydney for patients of all ages – from newborns to the elderly. The term ‘cataract’ is well known as an eye disorder that causes reduced vision. Here are 10 facts about Cataracts. What is a Cataract? A cataract is a clouding of the

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