When Gary Stuart had double vision as a child, it was manageable. But as he began training for an Ironman, he knew it was time for a change. Strabismus surgery got Gary across the finish line.
Researchers at Google say a new application of artificial intelligence shows whether a patient’s eyes point to high blood pressure or risk of a heart attack or stroke.
A woman from Oregon made history as the first human host for an eye worm that previously had been reported only in cattle.
A new kind of artificial lens could help more people be free of glasses after cataract surgery. It's called the light-adjustable intraocular lens or RxLAL.
Peggy Wellman was slowly going blind from glaucoma, but she didn't know it. By the time Dr. Singleton examined her, she had already lost 90 percent of her peripheral vision in one eye, and 80 percent in the other.
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