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What Is 20/60 Vision

What Is 20/60 Vision?

“20/20” is a word that almost everyone is familiar with. Many individuals consider it a source of pride. “I have 20/20 eyesight, according to my doctor.” If your vision is

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Transient vision loss

What Causes Transient Vision Loss?

Pathophysiology, and Etiology of Transient Vision Loss (TVL) and Amaurosis Fugax Transient vision loss in adults is a common complaint with an identified etiology in the majority of instances. The

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Bioptic Driving Laws By State

Bioptic Driving Laws By State

Bioptic Laws in Alaska The use of bioptics is allowed, however the rules are ambiguous. A minimum of 20/40 in one eye is required for an unrestricted license. The same

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Eye diseases that cause blindness

Eye Diseases That Cause Blindness

There are many eye diseases that cause blindness, and they’re often preventable or treatable if caught early enough. Knowing how to prevent it is key. Learn more about the different

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Can Legally Blind Drive

Can Legally Blind Drive?

It is unsafe to drive if you have a vision impairment or you’re Legally Blind. Learn the facts and figures about driving with a vision impairment. Although strong eyesight is

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Central vision loss

What Is Central Vision Loss?

Central vision loss is usually the result of damage to the macular area of the retina. It is the most devastating type of vision loss because it affects your ability

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CBD for Glaucoma

Does CBD Help Glaucoma?

What is CBD? CBD is an abbreviation for cannabidiol. It is the second most common active component in cannabis (marijuana). While CBD is an important component of medicinal marijuana, it

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What Causes Macular Degeneration

What Causes Macular Degeneration?

All Macular Degeneration patients begin with early-stage (early) AMD, which is characterized by a lack of symptoms. Drusen, or small white spots in the retina, are detected by eye specialists

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Central vision loss

What is Wet Macular Degeneration?

Wet Macular degeneration is one of two types of macular degeneration.  Dry macular degeneration is the other type.  Most people start out with the dry form and can progress to

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Is Glaucoma Hereditary

Is Glaucoma Hereditary?

The answer is yes. Many forms of glaucoma are inherited. The most common form of glaucoma that is inherited is Early onset Glaucoma followed by Primary congenital Glaucoma.  These two

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