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First Tomography Map for Diagnosing Glaucoma

The researches find that the a key element for assessing the severity of glaucoma. Wit this model; ophthalmologists will have a tool to help patients make a decision when considering surgery. Therefore The method has been develop in the framework of the European project Be-Optical and publish this year in the journal Scientific Reports; from the…

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Vision Problems Right Away or May Be Minimal.

The researches find that the vision problems right away or the problems may be minimal. Eventually, the cataract will begin to obscure your eyesight, making images blurry, clouded or dim. But if your vision hasn’t yet been affected, there’s no harm in putting off cataract surgery for now. A cataract occurs when the naturally clear lens inside your eye becomes cloudy.…

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Study Finds No Surprises With Argus II Retinal Implant

The rehearses find that the the Argus II Retinal Prosthesis System shows safety and visual function outcomes similar to those in previous trials, but according to a company-funded study. With a CE mark granted in 2011; therefore the device became the first retinal prosthesis to be approve for use in Europe. For the new work,…

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Impaired Vision Tied to Perceived Discrimination

The researches find that the impaired vision are at increased risk for perceived discrimination, which in turn is associated with poorer emotional well-being, according to a study published online May 30 in JAMA Ophthalmology. Therefore  Vision loss can be a traumatic experience. Thankfully; there are organizations that provide services and tools to help visually impaired…

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 Impaired vision Linked With Anxiety, Depression

The researches find that the Older adults with impaired vision are more likely to have symptoms of anxiety and depression; and older adults with symptoms of anxiety or depression are more likely to develop vision impairment; Because according to findings from the U.S. National Health and Aging Trends Study. Therefore “Older adults are at a high risk for vision problems compare…

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How Eyes See Continuously in Bright Light

The researches find the that Eye Institute describes a molecular pathway that helps our eyes see continuously in bright light. The findings help answer a longstanding question about mammalian vision: but Why don’t our eyes become less sensitive when they’re bombarded with bright light? The research; therefore conducted in mice, reveals that a special molecule;…

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Brain Stimulation Enhances Visual Learning Speed

The researches find that the Consider learning a musical instrument; for example: the more one practices, the better one will be able to learn to play. The same holds true for cognition and visual perception: with practice; a person can learn to see better and this is the case for both healthy adults and patients…

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3D Printing Cornea Tissue to Combat Blindness

The researches find that the 3D printed cornea tissue to facilitate the healing of wounds in the eye. Therefore Using a novel hydrogel, the company’s bioprinted tissue promotes scarless healing of wounds in the cornea through a regenerative process. Corneal opacities are estimate by the World Health Organization (WHO) to account for 7% of all…

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Identifying Cause of a Blinding Disease

The study find that the optic neuropathy (LHON) ; is an inherited form of vision loss that causes people to have trouble with their colour vision and difficulty seeing in the centre of their visual field. Due to the founder effect from the filles du roi; there is a disproportionate preponderance of a particular LHON…

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Optical Illusions Reveal that Regular Waves of Brain Activity

The study find that the brain activity cause people to see or not see complex images that flash before our eyes. Therefore An image can become practically invisible if it flashes before our ; because eyes at the same time as a low point of those brain waves. They  reset that brain wave rhythm with…

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Protein Phosphorylation Promotes Optic Nerve Regeneration

The study find that the inhibition of phosphorylation of collapsing response mediator protein 2 (CRMP2), a microtubule-binding protein; suppresses degeneration of nerve fibers and promotes its regeneration after optic nerve injury. The findings of this study; recently published online in Scientific Reports; could be translate into the development of novel treatments for patients with optic…

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Neuropathy May Drive Dry Eye in Migraine Patients

Migraine patients with dry eye (DE) are more likely to have symptoms suggestive of neuropathy than DE patients who don’t have migraines; according to new findings. Therefore The results raise the possibility that neuromodulating therapies could be helpful in patients with DE that does not respond to topical therapy; whether or not they have migraine,…