Eye cells grown at Johns Hopkins may lead to

Eye cells grown at Johns Hopkins may lead to a cure for some forms of blindness by: Carrie Wells- Contact Reporter –The Baltimore Sun Dr’s. Donald Zack and Valentin Sluch spent 30 anxious days waiting for their experiment to yield results. They were eager...

Standard testing, electrophysiology

Standard testing, electrophysiology can work together for early glaucoma detection Objective electrophysiological tests can detect abnormalities sooner than subjective functional tests. by: Jai G. Parekh, MD, MBA In recent years, the approach to glaucoma care has...

Rescued baby squirrel with glaucoma has eye removed

Glaucoma is increased pressure within the eye (intraocular pressure = IOP). Cells inside the eye produce a clear fluid (“aqueous humor”) that maintains the shape of the eye and nourishes the tissues inside the eye. (Note: aqueous humor is NOT the same fluid as tears....
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