• 05 JAN 15
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    What is Low Vision

    Low vision is the reduction in vision that can’t be fully corrected by using conventional eyeglasses and interferes with daily activities requiring both near and far vision.   Low vision is different from blindness, as a blind person doesn’t have any sight at all; however a low vision patient has some remaining useful sight. A

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    • 19 JAN 15
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    Stargardt Disease

    Stargardt disease was discovered in 1909 and is the most common form of inherited Juvenile Macular degeneration. The disease affects retina, causing progressive loss of vision up to legal blindness, starting between the ages of 6 to 12. Other names of Stargardt Disease Stargardts disease is also named as: Stargardt macular degeneration Fundus Flavimaculatus Juvenile

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    • 21 JAN 15
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    Special Glasses for Macular Degeneration

    Macular degeneration is a chronic eye condition and is usually age related. It’s not possible to completely cure it but its progress can be slowed down and effects minimized using proper technology and expertise. Special glasses for macular degeneration can help them in seeing better and perform routine tasks effectively. As they provide vision to

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    • 06 JAN 15
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    Macular Degeneration

    Macular degeneration is a chronic eye disease resulting in visual disturbances or loss of vision (if other visual disturbances combine) and is usually age related. The loss of vision occurs due to the damage to the retina of eyes, specifically macula, which is the center of visual field. Signs and Symptoms of Macular Degeneration TheRead more →