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Contact Lenses Found To Slow Progression Of Myopia in Kids

...GP ) contact lenses can minimize the chances their myopia will worsen over time// say researchers according ... hold important health implications because severe myopia can lead to a detached retina and even blindness. RGP lenses are also healthier for the eye because...

New Eye Surgery Gives Hope To Short-Sighted

...is not always suitable for patients with very high myopia or those who have thin corneas or large pupils," Lee was quoted as saying, estimating the number turned away in Singapore at 500 annually. The ICLs are invisible, require no cleaning and do not need to be removed every day, unlike their conventiona...

Glaucoma Camp Held

... was a possibility of diabetic, blood pressure and myopia patients contracting this disease. There would not be any symptoms for the patients affected by this disease and complete vision can be protected only if a treatment was taken at the beginning of the disease. Those who lose vision due to this dise...

Study Compares LASIK and LASEK Eye Surgery

...d predictable for the treatment of low to moderate myopia (near-sightedness)," Azar said. Source-Newswise...

PRK and LASIK Surgeries ‘Safe and Effective

...at both LASIK and PRK are effective for correcting myopia with no long term complications,” said lead invest...f VISSUM. The study, which included 100 eyes with myopia or myopic astigmatism corrected by LASIK and 100 eyes corrected by PRK surgery, measured how well th...

Wearing No-line Bifocals Slows Myopia Progression in Some Children

...bifocal lenses show signs of slower progression of myopia than those who wear more conventional lenses accor...found that among children with two myopic parents, myopia progression was slower in children wearing progressive-addition lenses (PALs) when compared to those...

Juvenile Onset Myopia may Be Due to Parental Refractive Error

Progression of myopia is slower in children who wear a special kind of n...found that among children with two myopic parents, myopia progression was slower in children wearing progressive-addition lenses (PALs) when compared to those...

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