When patients first lose their eye, their initial problems involve getting used to judging distance and reduced side vision and getting good advice. Patients whose occupations involve face to face contact with the public are more concerned about their appearance and reduced visual range than those whose jobs do not involve the public. After a couple of years, the initial problems become less important and concerns about socket discharge (sleep in the eye) and shrinkage of the orbital tissues take their place. The good news is that modern surgical techniques are available to counter the shrinkage and good prosthetic eye care reduces the discharge.
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