A new report published on the laser surgery has proved that new treatment is not always better than the old one. The report says that laser surgery is surely the better option for treating diabetic macular edema than that of new intraocular steroid injection.
So you think Lasik surgery will free you from those glasses and lenses. Think again. Study shows growing number of people have discovered that laser eye surgery is not quite as 'permanent' or 'failsafe' as they had thought. Opticians in the UK are reporting a large increase in patients needing glasses or contact lenses following the surgery.
The study compared nutrient intake over time among Europeans aged 65 or older. Participants who ate at least one portion of fish each week were 50% less likely to develop macular degeneration as those who ate fish less than once a week.
Gone are those days when lasik surgery was a long process that involved a number of days. Today, the new technologies have made the surgery faster and more effective. More and more people are opting the solution. Here we have the experience of Lauren Booth who once decided to go through the surgery. Lets share her story:
Denard Span is a baseball player and a Twins outfielder. Five seasons after he was a first-round draft pick out of Tampa Catholic High, his career had reached a roadblock at Triple A that even he couldn't explain. Once a superb contact hitter, his strikeout totals ballooned. He would walk back to the dugout in a state of confusion.
At an exclusive interview to the FOXNews.com. Dr. Sanjay Asrani, associate professor of ophthalmology at Duke Eye Center in Durham has told that the researchers there developed an instrument that is able to detect the glaucoma decades before the disease claims the eyesight of the patients. Thus the high-resolution imaging tool is expected to bring a ray of hope to the patients fearing to lose eye sight.
Mike Samogala went to the doctor for eye treatment. Only there he came to know that he was suffering from a rare form of cancer known as melanoma in the eye. The surgeons told to remove his eye to save his life.
At a major conference in Yorkshire, eye experts had discussed the new eye treatment procedure that can be an alternative to LASIK surgery. Eye specialists at Hull University were told yesterday that new developments in lens replacement surgery were making it more accessible. Thus the latest advances in technology are opening up new avenues for middle-aged and older patients who want to improve their vision permanently.
According to the network news report , after reports of unsuccessful surgical outcome of Lasik Surgery and subsequent warnings given by FDA on LASIK surgery, many patients are fearing and hesitating to undergo LASIK surgery for the treatment of eye disease. Realizing that, many of the Optometrists of America, are considering of other alternatives that has been invented to reshape cornea of the eye.