Private Practice of Mr Mahi Muqit PhD FRCOphth - London




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Consultant Ophthalmologist, Cataract and Vitreoretinal Surgeon - Mr Mahi Muqit


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Mahi Muqit, a Consultant Ophthalmologist, Cataract and Vitreoretinal Surgeon at Moorfields Eye Hospital, provides high quality eye care and professional expertise to those who require a more personal approach.

Welcome to Harley Street and Moorfields Eye and Retina Surgery, London

"Hello, my name is Mahi Muqit, I am a Consultant Ophthalmologist, Cataract and Vitreoretinal Surgeon atMoorfields Eye Hospital. This is my private clinic for patients at Moorfields and Harley Street, where I aim to provide high quality eye care and professional expertise to those who require a more personal approach."

 

Experience

"I strive to educate my patients on all aspects of their condition. Through education and consultation, I listen and help my patients to ask the right questions, seek out answers, and fully participate in their care"

Moorfields Eye Hospital

Moorfields is one of the world’s leading eye hospitals, providing expertise in clinical care, research and teaching and education. 

Expertise in Diabetic Eye Disease and Macular Degeneration

Mahi Muqit BSc (Hons) MBChB PhD FRCOphth

Consultant Ophthalmologist, Cataract and Vitreoretinal Surgeon

Moorfields Private & 119 Harley Street

Moorfields London City

London, United Kingdom

 

Macular Hole

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.

Diabetic Eye Disease

Diabetic retinopathy is a potentially blinding disease. The retina is the light-sensitive tissue at the back of the eye 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. A healthy retina is necessary for good vision. 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.

Retinal Detachment

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.

Floaters

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.

Vitreomacular traction

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.). Sometimes as the vitreous pulls away from the macula, it remains partially stuck and pulls on the surface.

Cataract Surgery

The CATALYS® Precision Laser System combines a <600 femtosecond laser, gentle LIQUID OPTICS Interface, and integrated 3D Full Volume Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT) image-guidance system to create precise incisions in the lens and cornea.

Epiretinal Membrane

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.). When an epiretinal membrane forms over the Macula, it may contract and crumple up the Macula resulting in distorted and/or blurred vision.

Retinal Surgery

Mahi Muqit performs a wide range of surgical procedures, and offers a comprehensive vitreoretinal surgery service.

 

 

 


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