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Still Trailblazing at 91 Thanks to Glaucoma Surgery

Written by: Cheryl terHorst Reviewed by: Anne Louise Coleman MD PhD, Andrew George Iwach, MD, Michele C Lim MD, Rebecca J Taylor MD Adapted from an aao.org article Glaucoma: “The Sneak Thief of Sight” Ernest sought help from an ophthalmologist, a physician who specializes in medical and surgical eye care, who diagnosed him with the eye disease glaucoma. Glaucoma is a chronic eye…
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Electronic glasses auto-focus on what you’re looking at

A distance meter adjusts the glycerine-based lenses in just 14 milliseconds. Written by: Steve Dent, @stevetdent    01.30.17 in Wearables They're not very pretty, but prototype eyeglasses from University of Utah scientists could make progressive lenses obsolete for older people. Using electronically activated lenses and infrared distance meters, they can focus automatically on whatever you're looking at, whether it's far…
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Can I Fly With This Eye

Can I Fly With This Eye? Article from aao.com   Written by: Dan Gudgel   Reviewed by: Raj K Maturi MD     Jan. 03, 2017 We are often asked by our patients if air travel after their eye procedure is possible.  Read this article and find out . . . Learn what eye conditions should keep you on the ground…
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