Parag Majmudar, MD
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Undergraduate & Medical SchoolUndergraduate: BA, Lehigh University in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania
Medical: MD, Medical College of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia
Post-Medical School TrainingResidency: Ophthalmology, University of Chicago
Fellowship: Cornea and External Diseases and Refractive Surgery, Rush-Presbyterian St. Luke's Medical Center, Chicago
Treatments offered at Chicago Cornea Consultants
Most popular answers from Parag Majmudar, MD
FIrst of all, 3 days is too soon to jump to any conclusions. Second of all, if you were treated at -4.75 and your true correction was -5.00 and the... READ MORE
If the microstriae (fancy word for wrinkle) is not in the center of the vision and not affecting the shape of the cornea (topography), then it does... READ MORE
Patients who develop keratoconus after LASIK either 1) had keratoconus to begin with 2) had a tendency for developing keratoconus which was not... READ MORE
I too would shy away from ICL as it is very close to the natural lens, but if PRK and LASIK are not options then you could consider the Verisyse lens... READ MORE
Do you have your latest prescription? If there is some slight residual astigmatism, maybe glasses could correct this for night time driving. READ MORE
Depends on a lot of things - I would not expect this result to stabilize for at least 3-6 months. If the correction stands as is, you would not likely... READ MORE
Without knowing your details, it would be impossible to determine which is the best option for you. It seems as though one ophthalmologist has told... READ MORE
Is your vision completely corrected with glasses or contacts? Do you have dry eye or is it controlled? If yes and you still have night starbursts, you... READ MORE
LASEK (surface ablation) can result in haze in the superficial cornea. Was mitomyin-C (a medication to prevent haze) used? If there is significant... READ MORE
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