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Private Practice of Mr Mahi Muqit PhD FRCOphth

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Mr Mahi Muqit PhD FRCOphth is a Consultant Ophthalmologist, Cataract and Vitreoretinal Surgeon at the world famous Moorfields Eye Hospital in London. He runs a private practice at both Moorfields Private and at 119 Harley Street in London.

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An epiretinal membrane is a condition where a very thin layer of scar tissue forms on the surface of the retina, where the vision is sharpest. The part of the eye affected is called the macula, which is made of special nerve cells and it provides our sharp central vision needed for seeing fine detail (reading and driving etc.).

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Floaters are shapes that people can see drifting across their vision. Floaters are small bits of debris floating in the vitreous jelly inside the eye. They can come in a variety of forms such as hair-like, small black dots, short squiggly lines, small fly-like or tadpoles, or even large cobweb shapes.

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Mahi Muqit PhD FRCOphth is a Consultant Ophthalmologist and Vitreoretinal Surgeon specialising in cataract surgery, diabetic eye disease, medical retina problems, intravitreal therapy, and vitreoretinal surgery. He works at Moorfields Eye Hospital and is an Honorary Clinical Lecturer at the Institute of Ophthalmology, University College Hospital, London.

Mr Mahi Muqit PhD FRCOphth is an expert eye doctor and eye surgeon, retina specialist, and leading retinal surgeon in London. Mahi Muqit works as a Consultant Ophthalmologist, Cataract and Vitreoretinal Surgeon at the world famous Moorfields Eye Hospital and at 119 Harley Street in London, with subspecialist expertise in surgical retina, medical retina, and complex cataract surgery.

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As we grow older, the vitreous gel that fills the eye shrinks and pulls away from the macula. The macula is made of special nerve cells and it provides our sharp central vision needed for seeing fine detail (reading and driving etc.).

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The retina is the light sensitive film at the back of the eye and retinal detachment is a condition where the retina peels away from the inner wall of the eye. Most retinal detachments occur as a natural ageing process in the eye but certain people are at higher risk than others.

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Mahi Muqit PhD FRCOphth has a wealth of experience in education, teaching and presentations at scientific meetings both in the United Kingdom and at international meetings. A list of his most recent presentations are listed here.

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The back of the eye has a light-sensitive lining called the retina, similar to the film in a camera. Light is focused through the eye onto the retina, allowing us to see. The centre part of the retina is called the macula - it is here that light must be focused for us to see fine detail, to be able to read and to see in colour.

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Mr Mahi Muqit PhD FRCOphth is an expert eye doctor and eye surgeon, retina specialist, and leading retinal surgeon in London. Mahi Muqit works as a Consultant Ophthalmologist, Cataract and Vitreoretinal Surgeon at the world famous Moorfields Eye Hospital and in Harley Street in London, with subspecialist expertise in surgical retina, medical retina, and complex cataract surgery.

Mr Mahi Muqit PhD FRCOphth is a Consultant Ophthalmologist, Cataract and Vitreoretinal Surgeon at the world famous Moorfields Eye Hospital in London. He runs a private practice at both Moorfields Private and at 119 Harley Street in London.