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My 71yrs old mother is under treatment for blurred vision & a doubt of left eye which is affected by drug induced

My mother aged 71yr. is having low vision/ blurred vision . As per opthomologisit Right eye is afftected with CRVO there is no possibility of gain vision where is left eye is also having low vision, but it is not having affect. About, past history, she is under treatment of tuburculor synovities and treatment of antitubculour is continued from last 8 months. Doctors are doubting that, left eye is affected drug induced. But they are not at any concurrences for further treatment. Please advise.
Asked On : Sun, 5 Jun 2011
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its very tough to get back the vision for the right eye..regarding the left eye, yes anti TB drugs can affect the vision..once she finishes her course she will improve gradually..since she is left with only left vision it is adviced to visit a ophthalmologist to know the severity..
Answered: Mon, 6 Jun 2011
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