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Eye Specialist Samer Hamada Attends the 2016 Congress of the ESCRS

Harley Street, London (27 July 2016) – Renowned London eye specialist Samer Hamada attends the 34th Congress of the European Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgeons for this year. This event is the second largest meeting of its kind and will be held at the Bella Center in Copenhagen, Denmark from 10-14 September, 2016. This is also the third time Mr. Hamada of Eye Clinic London has been invited to lead two courses of the programme.

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Can Eyes Tell Us About ADHD?

 

New research has shown that examining the retina in the eye may be able to help in the diagnosis of attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder, more widely known as ADHD. Researchers saw that patients with ADHD, that was untreated, had raised background noise on pattern electroretinography, or PERG, when compared to healthy control patients. This information was confirmed by the researcher’s previous work.

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Get It Straight from the Eye Doctors: An FAQ on Cataracts Surgery

Cataracts surgery is quite a common procedure, and although the process is normally completed in less than an hour, it is still wise to address some pertinent concerns. Cataracts are a debilitating visual condition that affects countless individuals throughout – and beyond – London. Thanks to modern medical procedures, it is now possible to restore one’s vision to previous levels in the vast majority of cases. How is this condition diagnosed and what type of process will an eye clinic in London offer the patient?

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Learning More About the Most Common Eye Injuries from Your Eye Doctor

Eyes are susceptible to a lot of hazards, and that is why careful attention is necessary for good vision. Eye trauma is one of the reasons to visit an eye doctor in London. Traumatic eye conditions can result from any number of things and the severity of the injury varies widely. A doctor will provide treatment after assessing the condition. In some instances, proper management and light prescriptions can cure the problem, but others may need comprehensive treatment. Learning more about the various eye injuries is paramount and can save your life in case of an emergency. Here are some common eye injury scenarios that an eye doctor can handle.

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Eye Clinic in London Shares with You Four Common Cataract Symptoms

As an individual grows older, the natural lens of the eye—which lies behind the iris and the pupil—starts to cloud and becomes less transparent. Once this clouding begins to interfere with vision, it then becomes cataract.

 

Cataracts are the number one cause of blindness in the world. It’s prevalence in adults over 40 is so widespread that there are more cataract cases than macular degeneration, glaucoma and diabetic retinopathy combined. In the U.K., the condition is said to affect half of the 65-years-old-and-over population, with the percentage rising to 70 percent in those aged 85 and above.

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Renowned Eye Surgeon to Speak at UK Cross-Linking Consortium Meeting

Harley Street, London (May 25, 2016) – Mr Samer Hamada, a renowned eye surgeon from Eye Clinic London and Queen Victoria Hospital NHS Trust has been invited to speak at the UK Cross-Linking Consortium Meeting. The event was held last Tuesday 24th May 2016 at the International Convention Centre in Birmingham. This meeting is the first of its kind in the UK, covering the most important issues relating to cross linking. As such, only accomplished professionals in their field have been given invitation to the event, particularly those with an interest in corneal cross linking.

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Mr Hamada’s Patient Featured in Magazine

Samer Hamada is a distinguished consultant ophthalmologist and cornea surgeon performing eye surgeries at his practice, the Eye Clinic London. With nearly two decades’ experience, Mr. Hamada is recognised as a leading expert in the field of cataract, refractive lens exchange (RLE) and corneal surgeries.

 

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