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Dr. Faruk Orge, chief of pediatric ophthalmology at University Hospitals, said there is a higher risk of children damaging their eyes during an eclipse because the lens in their eyes isn't yet as opaque as that of adults.
Your retinas magnify light from the sun in a similar way, says Dr. Russell N. Van Gelder, clinical spokesperson for the American Academy of Ophthalmology and professor of ophthalmology at University of Washington School of Medicine.
Bad idea, as other wavelengths also are harmful, said Garg, a professor of ophthalmology at Wills.
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Dr. Reza Dana, professor of ophthalmology at Harvard Medical School Never miss a local story.
After Puliafito stepped down as dean, the Times reported, USC kept him on faculty as a professor of ophthalmology and health management.
Rupal Morjaria, a specialist trainee in ophthalmology and author of the paper, said the woman hadn't complained about any visual trouble before the operation.
Before modern ophthalmology, those with poor eyesight could experience a book only if it were read to them.
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medical : the study of the structure, functions, and diseases of the eye
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