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Complications after tumor in the eye was removed through surgery - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Very Good Posted in: Vision and Eye Disorders
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Doctor :   hi
Doctor :   how can i help you
User :   Good afternoon doc
User :   actually i ve a eye problem
Doctor :   hello
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   since when you have this
User :   i had gone a eye surgery 6 month back
Doctor :   ok
User :   i was having a tumor in my right eye
Doctor :   ok
User :   still some part is present in my eye
Doctor :   ok
User :   I was suffering from severe eye pain
User :   Nw docs are saying that they can't remove whole part
User :   it ll be risky for my eye
Doctor :   can you mention the name of tumor for which it was operated
User :   it something like lymphomangia..
User :   not sure doc
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   do oyu still have eye pain
User :   i ve done it in XXXXXXX hospital
User :   doc told me that don't get cold
Doctor :   ok
User :   ya i ve
User :   n watering is also thr
User :   so plz can help me out from this
Doctor :   any redness of eye,itching
User :   coz i ma softeare professional
User :   no
User :   n i ve to work for next 30 years more
Doctor :   which eye you was operated
User :   rite
Doctor :   What type of surgery daone
User :   right*
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