Jodhpur, India (PressExposure) July 01, 2011 -- About Dr. Gulam Ali Kamdar
Dr. Gulam ali kamdar , a Dedicated Vision Correction Surgeon specializes in Cataract, Lasik & Diabetic Eye.
After a 3 year Residency (M.S) in Ophthalmology from Rajasthan university in 2001,he gained Extensive Surgical and Diagnostic experience in Reputed Speciality Eye Hospitals in India and abroad .he specializes in Cataract Surgery by Phacoemulsification using some of the most advanced lenses available .He has trained in Refractive Surgery - Lasik at new vision laser center baroda under supervision of Dr. Rupal Shah. He is fellowship certified in Ophthalmic Lasers and diabetic retinopathy from the arvind eye hospital madurai; India. He had work with many renowened ophthalmologist from U.K & U.S.He has performed more than 1000 Lasik procedures and 50000 Cataract Surgeries.
Dr kamdar is actively involved with various NGO'S like second sight U.K. and Lions Eye Hospital Jodhpur in providing Specialized and Subsidised Eye Care Services to the non affording sections of society.
Normal Vision & Glaucoma
The transparent part of an eye located in front is known as cornea. An extra layer called the conjunctiva also covers the front part of the eye. The back of the eye is called retina. The retina changes light signals into electric signals. These electric signals are sent through the optic nerve to the brain, which translates these signals into the image we see.
The eye has the anterior chamber and a back or posterior chamber. A clear fluid called aqueous humor collects in the anterior chamber of your eye. The fluid then gets drained through a spongy meshwork in an area called the 'angle'.
If the fluid does not get drained on regular basis, it builds up in the anterior chamber. When the fluid builds up, tension and pressure inside the eye increase.
This increase in pressure causes damage to the eye and the optic nerve resulting in the condition called glaucoma, which if left untreated can lead to blindness.