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Dr. Amit Mittal
Dr. Amit Mittal
MBBS, MS (Paediatric Ophthalmologist) (Squint Specialist)
Ophthalmologist

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Dr. Kirti Agarwal
MBBS, DOMS (Retina Specialist)
Ophthalmologist

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Dr Sangita Srivastava
MBBS, MS (Optho)
Ophthalmologist

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Dr. Ahmad Ali
Dr. Ahmad Ali
MBBS, MS
Ophthalmologist

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Dr Shrikant
Dr Shrikant
MBBS, MS
Ophthalmologist

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    Dr. Amit Mittal
    Dr. Amit Mittal
    MBBS, MS (Paediatric Ophthalmologist) (Squint Specialist)
    Ophthalmologist

    Online Consult

    Dr. Kirti Agarwal
    Dr. Kirti Agarwal
    MBBS, DOMS (Retina Specialist)
    Ophthalmologist

    Online Consult

    Dr Sangita Srivastava
    Dr Sangita Srivastava
    MBBS, MS (Optho)
    Ophthalmologist

    Online Consult

    Dr. Ahmad Ali
    Dr. Ahmad Ali
    MBBS, MS
    Ophthalmologist

    Online Consult

    Dr Shrikant
    Dr Shrikant
    MBBS, MS
    Ophthalmologist

    Online Consult


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    Keratoconus in Jabalpur


    Keratoconus (KC) is a disorder of the eye which results in progressive thinning of the cornea. This may result in blurry vision, double vision, nearsightedness, astigmatism, and light sensitivity. Symptoms are blurred or distorted vision, increased sensitivity to bright light and glare, frequent changes in eyeglass prescriptions, worsening or clouding of vision. Causes of keratoconus can be genetic and environmental factors. Keratoconus is treated by ophthalmologists.
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