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The eyes have it!

I had laser eye surgery yesterday.

My eyesight had deteriorated quite a lot recently and was making it hard for me to read – especially on my  computer. 119 more words

The Eyes Have It

I’ve off-line for a while, at least as far as my blog is concerned. This is because of a number of reasons, the most memorable of which, for me, was the eye surgery I had back in April. 891 more words

Road Testing D-EYE In A Clinical Setting

Edited from: ASCRS Retina Times Journal Issue #69 Volume 35, Number 3 – Summer 2017 https://www.asrs.org/retina-times

“Retina Times Road Test Editor asked 3 ASCRS Colleagues from the US to evaluate and report on the image quality, ease of use, and utility and to offer an opinion on how these products may be of use to retina specialists and other medical specialists.” 992 more words

Blindness

High Blood Pressure Can Damage Your Eyes

High blood pressure can affect your body system in more than one way. Usually it is interlinked with heart. However, problem of high blood pressure also has an adverse 395 more words

Eye Care

Loy Norrix’s Malik Farrakhan Working to Help Restore Lost Eyesight

Glaucoma is an incurable eye condition that currently affects over 3 million people in the United States. Starting with their peripheral vision and extending inward, patients slowly go blind. 498 more words

Feature

Alex Gage boosts awareness drive for Glaucoma Awareness Week

In a bid to show his support behind the National Glaucoma Awareness Week campaign that began yesterday, Alex Gage is working alongside the International Glaucoma Association (IGA) 404 more words

Eyecare

Glaucoma

I was 27 when I bought my first digital “camera”. Until then, I only took pictures on special events such as birthdays and while travelling. I used whatever camera my parents had at the time. 385 more words

Portraits