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    • 16 MAR 15
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    eSight Eyewear is Coming to Baltimore!

    eSight Eyewear is Coming to Baltimore!

    Low Vision Specialists of MD & VA is honored to be the first practice in the State of Maryland to host and demonstrate the revolutionary eSight on Tuesday, May 5th. This historical event will showcase the groundbreaking eSight technology and offer a limited number of individual patient device demonstrations. Patient demonstrations will last approximately 1-1/2 hours and are 100% complimentary.

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    • 06 FEB 15
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    Twin Sisters Saved By Low Vision Doctor

    Twin Sisters Saved By Low Vision Doctor

    Having an identical twin is a little like having an echo of yourself. You’re not identical, not really. You have different opinions, prefer different foods. But there’s also a commonality most siblings don’t have. You share some of the same strengths and talents. And maybe some things that aren’t so great.

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    • 06 MAY 14
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    Legally Blind and Driving

    Legally Blind and Driving

    Patients who have lost their vision due to Macular Degeneration now have hope of driving again, and doing many of the things they thought were history because of their poor eyesight. But, for over 39 years Dr. Thomas Azman of Low Vision Specialists of Maryland and Virginia, in Baltimore, Maryland has been helping Macular Degeneration patients bring back Quality of Life. Utilizing the latest technologies that can help you see well enough to read small print, watch TV clearly, drive your car, and most importantly see your family and loved ones.

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    • 02 MAY 13
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    Harvard University: Special Report On Age Related Macular Degeneration

    Harvard University: Special Report On Age Related Macular Degeneration

    Believing in LIFE AFTER VISION LOSS; The IALVS is a group of optometrists who are specially trained in low vision to help patients suffering from Macular Degeneration: Wet or Dry, Albinism, Glaucoma, Stargardt’s Disease, Diabetic Retinopathy, Retinitis Pigmentosa and other vision-limiting conditions.

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