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Blindness is defined as the state of being sightless. A blind individual is unable to see. In a strict sense the word "blindness" denotes the inability of a person to distinguish darkness from bright light in either eye. The terms blind and blindness have been modified in our society to include a wide range of visual impairment. Blindness is frequently used today to describe severe visual decline in one or both eyes with maintenance of some residual vision. If there’s partially blindness, one might experience cloudy vision, an inability to see shapes, seeing only shadows, poor night vision or tunnel vision. People who lose their vision suddenly, rather than over a period of years, also can have more difficulty adjusting to their visual loss. Associated symptoms, such a discomfort in the eyes, awareness of the eyes, foreign body sensation, and pain in the eyes or discharge from the eyes may be present or absent, depending on the underlying cause of the blindness. When blindness is a result of infection of the cornea, the normally transparent cornea may become white or gray. In blindness from cataract, the normally black pupil may appear white.
Dr. Vivek kumar
Max Super Speciality Hospital, Saket, New Delhi
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