Degenerative Myopia: a Review of its Nature and Current Treatment

by Brian Ward, Ph.D., M.D. December 2011 Degenerative myopia deserves our recognition as one of the truly neglected areas of ophthalmology. It is reported to be the seventh ranking cause of legal blindness in the United Sates of America the fourth ranking cause in Hong Kong and the second in parts of China and Japan. [Read More]

Retinal Detachment

by Dan Roberts The retina is attached to the sclera in the back of the eye, and a retinal detachment occurs when it is pulled away from this normal position. The retina, like film in a camera, is responsible for creating the images that one sees. A good picture could not be produced if the [Read More]