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20.03.2017

One Ocular Melanoma Patient Pushes For MRI Scans In Scotland

Jennifer Lewis, 52, is on a mission to change the way the National Health Service (NHS) provides follow-up care in Scotland. In particular, Lewis wants the NHS to provide abdominal MRI scans rather than ultrasounds for Scottish ocular melanoma patients.

The main impetus for Lewis's crusade... Read more


17.03.2017

Northwestern Professors Produce A Small And Transparent Diagnostic Device

A small eye device is predicted to have a huge impact on the future of diagnostic screenings. Officially called a "Micro-ring" this transparent... Read more


16.03.2017

No More Need For Reading Glasses: New Surgical Procedure Provides Hope For The Farsighted

A brand new surgical technique could soon obsolesce the need for reading glasses. Called the Raindrop Near Vision Corneal Inlay, this novel procedure was designed by the southern California company Revision Optics.

As you could tell from the... Read more


15.03.2017

New Study Reveals Why "Cock-Eyed Squid" Has Two Different Sized Eyes

Marine biologists have wondered for years why so-called "cock-eyed squids" (Histioteuthis heteropsis) one huge eye and another smaller eye on their heads. Today, thanks to... Read more


14.03.2017

New Stem Cell Therapy Shows Potential For Regrowing Retinal Ganglion Cells

Stem cell therapy is an extremely promising area of study, especially in the medical field. Today, there's renewed hope in the eye care community that a new form of stem cell therapy might be able to restore sight to those with late stage glaucoma.

The specific stem cells used in this... Read more


14.03.2017

New Electronic Glasses In Development For Presbyopia Patients

Are you reading this article with one of your numerous pairs of reading glasses on? If so, here's some good news for you. A high-tech pair of eyeglasses is now in the works that could potentially eliminate the need for both reading and driving glasses.

Designed for people suffering from... Read more


13.03.2017

MIT Researchers Develop Incredibly Strong Contact Lenses

Engineers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) believe they've just invented the first ... Read more


13.03.2017

Micro-Ring Could Change How The Medical Community Thinks About Retinal Scanning

A new device from Northwestern University is set to revolutionize medical scanning procedures. Officially dubbed the "Micro-ring," this resonator detector can be placed on a contact lens and detect a patient's blood flow and oxygen metabolic... Read more


10.03.2017

Pakistani Teen Impresses Internet With Eye-Popping Prowess

One teenage Pakistani boy with a talent for popping out his eyeballs is quickly becoming an Internet superstar.

Ahmed Ali, who's only 14 years old, posted a video of himself popping his eyeballs out of their sockets on some of Pakistan's most popular social media pages. Within a few hours,... Read more


09.03.2017

Eye Company Second Sight Reaches Reimbursement Deal With Germany

The American company Second Sight Medical Products just won a huge reimbursement deal with the German Institute for the Hospital Remuneration System . Germany's decision, announced to the... Read more


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