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Bilateral optric atrophy, lost vision. What is the cure?

A patient suffers from diseases Bilateral optric atrophy and he is unable to see anything i.e completely blind since 1987. Is there a cure able diseases in your hospital.please send me full information about this diseases on YYYY@YYYY . i am very thankful to you for this act of kindness. I'll wait your reply mam please. thanking you
Asked On : Tue, 9 Apr 2013
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there is no cure for bilateral optic atrophy leading to complete blindness. If the patient has certain residual vision even counting fingers close to face, then he may be helped by specific low vision devices. There is seperate low vision clinic in certain institutes with trained optometrist n doctor. They might be of help
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