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Our last converation touched on a variety of issues. What is the main question you would like answered today?
We were talking about the composition of the lens implants. The lens implant that was put in my left eye in 1980 is very similiar to a contact lens, I t is soft and was stitched into my eye. The implant in my right eye is a hard susbance, probably acrylic.The cornea of my eye is torn, thereby allowing the drops to contact the lens, causing it to become cloudy.
Was the torn cornea ever repaired?
That does not make sense to me.
There is something missing in that story. A full thickness tear in the cornea needs to be repaired. You may have had a scratch of the cornea, in which case that heals on its own.
Why do you think I lost the vision in my left eye shortly after the treatment with the drop was begun?
There are too many variables. Your situation appear complicated. Without the full story, I don't think I can give you and adequate response. I don't think it was due to the glaucoma drops however.
The new doctor who offered you surgery would have the best idea.
Surgery is not usually offered to patients where the cause of vision loss is unknown.
I am pretty sure I know how it happened but of course I cannot get verifecation. Inexperiencec doctors scraped my eye with their instruments causing the tear which allowed the drops to reach the soft implant which became cloudy.
That explanation does not entirely add up. Of course, you should ask the doctor who examined to if he agrees.
I have and he does not agree either as I expected. You have to take care of one another.
I do not benefit from covering up for other doctors.
I ask you do not doubt my integrity
I do ask you pay me for my time.l
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