Experimental Ophthalmology

Clinical & Experimental Ophthalmology

Retinal Vein Occlusion- A New Horizon of Ophthalmology Research

Retinal vein occlusion is a disease of the blood vessels which generally carries the blood form retina. Blood clots are visible in the eyes and hence vision is also been reduced. In such cases, the patients face high risk of getting diabetes, hypertension and that results even total loss of vision. Read more…

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Posted by Dattatreya - 20/04/2013 at 01:52

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Diabetic Retinopathy

Persistent and even acute damage to the retinal part of the eye may because Diabetic retinopathy. In initial stage when the patient is not fully aware of the extent of the disease the vascular remodelling and Ongoing inflammation may occur over periods of time. Read more…

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Posted by Carol smith - 21/02/2013 at 05:35

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Blinking of Eyes

Blinking of eyes comes under the defense mechanism that provides immunity to eyes; it is the rapid closing and opening of the eyelid. Blinking is an essential function that helps in removing the irritants from the surface of the our cornea. Read more…

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Posted by Carol smith - 31/01/2013 at 04:28

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Eye Color : A Sort of Manifestation of the Pigment present in our Iris

Generally eyes come in many different colors. Interesting is that all those different colors are made from the stuff that is almost the same in every eye color! This stuff, responsible for colors of eyes is a pigment that itself is a colored material, known as melanin. Read more…

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Posted by Margaret - 23/01/2013 at 07:59

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Acute Sense of Smell in Blinds: A Myth!

Many of us believe that blind people have other strongly developed senses, such as a keen sense of smell or an above-average sense of hearing. It is a commonly a myth many workers suggested it through their studies that it is not true. Read more…

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Posted by Carol smith - 22/01/2013 at 08:26

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How vision refers to the combination of eye and brain

We usually do not care about the complexity of the visual process. Generally when we talk about vision it refers to both, and includes the complex combination of eye and brain and that depicts about how the eye and brain actually synchronize together to make the vision possible, Read more…

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Posted by Carol smith - 09/01/2013 at 06:40

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