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    Laser Eye Surgery

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    Laser eye surgery is in fact a kind of surgical procedure and it has its risks and aftercare conditions to be considered just like any other type of surgery. Choose the best LASIK centers in Texas to ensure that the vision correction surgery is done with ease. Developed in the early 1980s, it has become widely available over time. Moreover, not everyone will be compatible with this procedure. An individual's compatibility with the method, as well as the risks involved and the myths and preconceptions are up to the LASIK center professional to explain, reports Vision Texas. Hence, for those considering LASIK surgery for correcting their vision, here are the five excellent LASIK centers in Texas Key-Whitman Eye Center: Having six eye care…

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    LASIK Eye Surgery

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    INTRODUCTION An extensive research was conducted to answer the question; How can the procedure of LASIK eye surgery be modified to prevent the potential side effects? This question is attempted answer through various research methods such as interviews with experts and relevant secondary research. Laser Vision Correction is a great alternative to glasses and contact lenses. The three main types of Laser Vision Correction are LASIK, PRK and LASEK (Thompson, 2016). The Laser Vision Correction…

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    Farsightedness can be treated in various ways. Usually, professionals will recomend you contact lenses or glasses, but there are situations where eye surgeries can also be a successful solution. EYE SURGERIES Even though there are many different surgical interventions which may successfully deal with hyperopia, one of the most trustworthy solutions is laser intervention. It is more popular compared to traditional interventions because of reduced risks of eye damage. It is also preventing from…

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    Opening my eyes to a bright light above me, I look around trying to focus my eyes and notice a nurse on the side on my bed, checking my vitals. Noticing my movement, she turns and says, “Rebecca? How are you feeling? Can you see me?” I’m suddenly bombarded with questions asking whether or not I could tell what color things are or how many fingers they were holding up. At first I was confused, wondering how I got there, then I remembered. I had gotten eye surgery. Most people freak out when I…

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    South Carolina Lions Charitable Services Screenings, Hearing Aids and Eye Surgery South Carolina Lions Charitable Services requests $10,000 to continue the important health programs providing vision, hearing, and health screenings, hearing aids, and eye surgeries to the uninsured residents of South Carolina. South Carolina Lions Charitable Services is dedicated to improving lives by providing vision, hearing and health screenings, and hearing aids and eye surgeries for the uninsured and…

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    Light For The World Essay

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    Light for the World is a non-profit international disability and development organization that strives to aid people who have an impediment or disability. They treat disabilities and empower individuals to become active member in society. Light of the World specializes in inclusive education, eye health, prevention of blindness, and community based rehabilitation; through these four concentrations, they aspire to change the world. They are currently engaged with multiple local, national, and…

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    always, associated with elevated eye pressure (intraocular pressure). In general, it is the high intraocular pressure, which leads to eye damage. In some cases, glaucoma can occur in the presence of normal eye pressure. This form of glaucoma seems to be caused…

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    are the leading cause of blindness. Cataract is a disease where the clear lens of the eye becomes cloudy or opaque. Through a normal eye, light enters through the lens to the retina. The lens must be clear for the retina to acquire a sharp image. If the lens is cloudy the retina will receive a blurry image resulting in distorted vision. Cataracts are degenerative to the eye as you increase in age. Many people live not knowing they have it unless checked…

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    anesthesia and suffered the mass amounts of pain while being tested on (Animal). The animals are mistreated in the labs. Once the testing is completed most animals are killed if they survive the testing. The animals are restrained so test can be conducted on them. The animals are often forced fed or even starved. The conditions of the labs are not comfortable for animals. They are often kept in small, crowded cages with not enough room to live. These conditions cause animals to be put through a…

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    Vitrectomy Research Paper

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    Vitrectomy A vitrectomy is a procedure to remove vitreous from your eye and replace it with a saltwater solution (saline). Vitreous is a sticky, gel-like substance that fills most of the inside of the eyeball. The vitreous is clear and needs to stay clear for you to see properly. This procedure is done to stabilize or improve your vision. You may need this procedure if: • Your vitreous is cloudy. • Your vitreous is pulling on the structures it touches and risks tearing them. • You…

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