Tuesday, August 31, 2010

Telescope Eye Implant for Macular Degeneration

In an incredible advance in the field of high tech medicine, an eye implant is now being used to fight macular degeneration, a significant eye disease that affects millions of people - mostly seniors.

Although the implants do not reproduce normal vision, they have been improving vision by about two eye chart lines for about 90% of the test cases.

The FDA continues to review the technology but it is now available to many.

1 comment:

Unknown said...

The patient of multiple degenerations can only understand its pain. It enables one distorted vision, less intensity of colours and even needs brighter light to see up close. So I prefer stem cells macular degeneration treatment for improving living.