Rohan

18 Dec 18
The Scottish Sun
A MAN in India developed a bizarre star-shaped cataract in his left eye after being punched in a fight. The 36-year-old sought medical attention two days after the fight. Cataracts like this are only visible with specialist equipment He’d developed what is known as a “rosetta cataract”, meaning that the clouding of the lens had a star-like appearance. His super-rare case has been reported in the journal BMJ Case Report. Cataracts tend to be more common in older people because as we age, the proteins found in the lens of the eye start to clump together. Young people only really tend to develop it if they’ve had an injury – as with this bloke. They tend to happen if you’ve had a head or eye injury Lead case report author Dr Rohan Singh said that he was involved in a fistfight and was punched on the left side of his face around the temple area and not directly in the eye. Dr Singh told Live Science that the man developed the rosette cataract because the physical impact of being hit in the face generated shock waves that travelled through the bones in his temple and into his left eye. These shock waves disrupted the usual arrangement of fibres, or proteins, found in the lens, eventually causing an “opacification,” or clouding, of the lens into a rosette or star-like pattern, he said. Rosette cataracts are very rare and aren’t visible to the naked eye; you need specialist equipment to see them. The guy now has his 20/20 vision restored The man in this case didn’t even know he a cataract until he visited a doctor. Had he not sought medical attention, it would have continued to grow – eventually obscuring his eye and worsening his vision significantly. The redness, pain and poor vision had grown progressively worse around six hours after getting socked in the face. [article-rail-topic title=”MORE ON HEALTH” term_id=”13286″ posts_number=”12″ /] Over the next two days, it became harder and harder from him to see out of his left eye and it was only when doctors performed a specialised eye exam that they found his lens had a five-petal cataract. To treat him, doctors performed surgery to remove the cataract and implant a new lens. Just a week after surgery, the guy had 20/20 vision restored to his left eye. We pay for your stories! Do you have a story for The Sun Online news team? Email us at tips@the-sun.co.uk or call 0207 782 4368. You can WhatsApp us on 07810 791 502. We pay for videos too. Click here to upload yours
18 Dec 18
The Irish Sun
A MAN in India developed a bizarre star-shaped cataract in his left eye after being punched in a fight. The 36-year-old sought medical attention two days after the fight. Cataracts like this are only visible with specialist equipment He’d developed what is known as a “rosetta cataract”, meaning that the clouding of the lens had a star-like appearance. His super-rare case has been reported in the journal BMJ Case Report. Cataracts tend to be more common in older people because as we age, the proteins found in the lens of the eye start to clump together. Young people only really tend to develop it if they’ve had an injury – as with this bloke. They tend to happen if you’ve had a head or eye injury Lead case report author Dr Rohan Singh said that he was involved in a fistfight and was punched on the left side of his face around the temple area and not directly in the eye. Dr Singh told Live Science that the man developed the rosette cataract because the physical impact of being hit in the face generated shock waves that travelled through the bones in his temple and into his left eye. These shock waves disrupted the usual arrangement of fibres, or proteins, found in the lens, eventually causing an “opacification,” or clouding, of the lens into a rosette or star-like pattern, he said. Rosette cataracts are very rare and aren’t visible to the naked eye; you need specialist equipment to see them. The guy now has his 20/20 vision restored The man in this case didn’t even know he a cataract until he visited a doctor. Had he not sought medical attention, it would have continued to grow – eventually obscuring his eye and worsening his vision significantly. The redness, pain and poor vision had grown progressively worse around six hours after getting socked in the face. [article-rail-topic title=”MORE ON HEALTH” term_id=”13286″ posts_number=”12″ /] Over the next two days, it became harder and harder from him to see out of his left eye and it was only when doctors performed a specialised eye exam that they found his lens had a five-petal cataract. To treat him, doctors performed surgery to remove the cataract and implant a new lens. Just a week after surgery, the guy had 20/20 vision restored to his left eye. We pay for your stories! Do you have a story for The Sun Online news team? Email us at tips@the-sun.co.uk or call 0207 782 4368. You can WhatsApp us on 07810 791 502. We pay for videos too. Click here to upload yours
18 Dec 18
It's a Dangerous Business, Frodo

Welcome to December 18, the day the Fellowship of the Ring is formed. Book Two, Chapter 3: The Ring Goes South “Elrond summoned the hobbits to him.” The Time Has Come The only thing clear from the start was that Frodo (and Sam, by extension) was going to attempt to bring the Ring to Mordor. […]

18 Dec 18
Rohan Web Development

Thanks for joining me! Good company in a journey makes the way seem shorter. — Izaak Walton

18 Dec 18
KAJX.NET

Rightyo it is Summer in Australia and that means Solo Speedway Season, and the line up for the 2018 Australian Speedway is epic. As an ex-motocross racer, Zane Keleher has been working away with his Speedway conversion and will make his debut in the Australian Championships before heading overseas. “Almost 3 years to the day […]

18 Dec 18
Homes & Loans Blog

Bangalore is one of these very cities in India which not only has a great IT influence but also has a great infrastructure. As a result, millions come to the city in search of jobs and business opportunities. This has made it one of the most sought-after cities when it comes to investing in real […]

18 Dec 18
Paperdabba

Image Source : SARA, JANHVI/INSTAGRAM Sara Ali Khan and Janhvi Kapoor With Dhadak, Kedarnath, Bazaar and many other interesting films, 2018 has been a year full of entertainment and drama. These socially relevant films were not just best on the entertainment scale but also introduced many fresh faces and talent to the glam world. Amid the […]

18 Dec 18
KopiFlick

Download Film Mowgli: Legend of the Jungle Subtitle Indonesia · Mowgli: Legend of the Jungle mengisahkan mengenai seorang pria muda bernama Mowgli yang dibesarkan Serigala dan dipantau harimau ganas bernama Shere Khan…

18 Dec 18
ROHAN SINGH

Thanks for joining me! Good company in a journey makes the way seem shorter. — Izaak Walton

18 Dec 18
Penmancy

The Himalayan Adventure… “Get up bro! We have a bear outside,” shrieked a frightened Rohan. His voice shook the entire tent more viciously than the growl of the Ursidae. In the middle of a phantasm about what all could this trip put me through, such rude awakening wasn’t so cool. “What’s wrong with you man? […]

17 Dec 18
Track Attack!

My high school’s varsity track team had their first Indoor track meet on Thursday December 13th! The girls team won 60 to 40 and the boys team also won with a score of 62 to 38. The meet took place at the Boston University Track and Tennis Center.  Winter track meets normally start at 4:30. […]

17 Dec 18
Representation and Identity KMWA

Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham (2001), which translates to “Sometimes There’s Happiness, Sometimes There’s Sorrow” in Hindi, is a Bollywood drama about family unity and coming to terms with each other’s differences. In the film, Yash and Nandini are a wealthy Indian couple with two sons named Rahul and Rohan. Rahul disobeys his father and marries […]