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Having blurred vision. Corneal scar and retinal degeneration. Related to optic nerve?

i m 20 year old girl. i feel my vision was not sharp for 1 month and i changed my glasses already. sometimes was blurred for a while. Halo vision was appeared for 2 weeks. No pain or headache. Ophthalmologist found that i have corneal scar (not dense) and retinal degeneration. Goldmann examination was normal. MRI was booked. No treatmant was given. i would like to ask: my symptoms are related to findings of doctor? why i have halo vision? is it related to optic nerve? any treatment for it? thx for answering.
Asked On : Sat, 18 Aug 2012
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Ophthalmologist 's  Response
as you mentioned halo vision -Halos are bright circles that appear to surround a source of light causes are astigmatism, refractive surgery or high refractive errors.
check whether your glasses made properly. i failed to understand why mri is required?
corneal scar can cause diffraction of light better you can go with perimetry for visual field and retinal periphery examination if that is normal then you do not require to take treatment
take care
Answered: Wed, 21 Aug 2013
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