Therapies, Treatments, and Procedures

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July 1, 2000

Artificial Retina Implanted in Humans

Posted in: Latest News, Research and Developments, Therapies, Treatments, and Procedures

by Tom Hoglund Information Officer, Foundation Fighting Blindness For the first time ever, researchers from a company called Optobionics surgically implanted an artificial retina into three patients who are blind from retinitis pigmentosa. These highly-experimental prosthetic devices, made of silicon computer chips, are intended to restore ambulatory vision, thereby giving people the freedom to walk
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March 4, 2000

Submacular Surgery

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by Judy Prevost March 4, 2000 (Updated November 2004) Age Related Macular Degeneration (ARMD) is the leading cause of severe vision loss in people over the age of 65. This can be caused by the growth of abnormal blood vessels and neovascularization under the macula, or in the center of the macula, leading to loss
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December 9, 1998

Phi-Motion Angiography and Micro-Laser Treatment

Posted in: Latest News, Therapies, Treatments, and Procedures

by Dan Roberts December 1998 The Glaser Murphy Retina Treatment Center in Chevy Chase, Maryland, announced on December 9, 1998, the development of a new treatment called Phi-Motion Angiography that can improve the vision of people who have the wet form of Macular Degeneration. According to Drs. Bert Glaser, Robert Murphy and Robert Flower, the
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