Optic Nerve Damage

  Stem cell therapy for Optic Nerve Damage
Optic Nerve:-

The optic nerve transmits visual information from the retina to the brain. In humans, the optic nerve consists of approximately 1.5 million nerve fibers, originating from cells in the retina termed “retinal ganglion cells”.

Optic Nerve Damage:-

Optic nerve damage is any kind of injury or damage to the optic nerve, including trauma, inflammation, disease or deterioration. Optic nerve damage is also called optic nerve atrophy or optic neuropathy. The optic nerve is the nerve that connects and transmits information between the eye and the brain. Optic nerve damage can lead to vision distortion, vision loss, and blindness within the eye, there are many elements that work together to create vision. Light flows through the cornea and the pupil into the lens before it is projected onto the retina in the back of the eye. The retina transforms light into electrical impulses that are transmitted by the optic nerve to the brain. The eyes are protected by the bones of the orbit and move through the actions of the eye muscles, which are controlled by nerves.

A variety of diseases, disorders and conditions originating most often in the eye and the nervous system can lead to optic nerve damage. Optic nerve damage can result from:
1. Compression of the optic nerve
2. Glaucoma, or high pressure within the eye
3. Infection
4. Inflammation
5. Interruption in blood circulation to the optic nerve
6. Malignancy (cancer)
7. Trauma
8. Multiple Sclerosis

Stem Cell Therapy for Optic Nerve Damage :-

Vision lost due to optic nerve atrophy cannot be recovered if the cause can be found earlier; further vision loss and blindness may be prevented. Currently there is no treatment option for optic nerve damage patients but after many clinical and experimental studies it has been proved that stem cells transplantation via “retrobulbar and intravitreous” can again regenerate retinal ganglion cells and their axons in the optic nerve.

Stem Cell Therapy for “eye related disorder” provides some major advantages are as follow:-

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1. Neuroprotection and Neuroregeneration
2. Regenerate Retinal Pigment Epithelial cells
3. Regenerate of photoreceptor cells
4. Provides revascularization

Follow-up with patients:-

Our medical staff members will be in contact with patients to get complete follow-up at 1, 3, 6 month intervals to monitor all the evaluation.

Scientific Papers:-

1. Quigley et al. 2004 (Nature Publishing Group). Stem Cells to replace the optic nerve.

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