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Unclear vision during night, dim lit rooms, pupils move fast, tests showed weak veins. What is the cause and remedy?

My younger brother is unable to watch claerly in room light or at night timings. his Puplis moves fastly or can say shiver. we had consulted many doctors but doctors are saying that his eye sight is fine enough and cant use eye glasses because eye sight is fine, but back vains of eyes are too weak, thats why he is facing this issue, and it can t be resolved according to them. Please guide me on this. His age is 17 years.
Asked On : Fri, 14 Sep 2012
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Ophthalmologist 's  Response
Thanks for posting your query..
Are the pupils moving or the black portion of the eye?( cornea )
If it is the cornea rolling, it could be a nystagmus..
If the vision is normal no need to wear glasses.
But to tolerate bright light he can use anti glare glasses.
A complete eye examination including the peripheral retina rules out any significant problem of the eye..
Take care..
Answered: Wed, 7 Aug 2013
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