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Multiple sclerosis is a disease of the central nervous system, which is made up of the brain, spinal cord, and optic nerves.
At the hospital, doctors performed an emergency surgery to fully remove what was left of my eyes in an attempt to preserve my optic nerves and to prevent infection.
Various universities are working on robotic eyes to give us Superman vision that will also stream Netflix directly and social media into our optic nerve.
Cells in the retina send signals to the brain via the optic nerve.
But occasionally, infections can occur in a region called the sphenoid sinus, located behind the eyes near the optic nerve.
The fluid and pressure built up and crushed his optic nerves, leaving him blind.
Some scientists think zero gravity increases the cerebrospinal fluid pressure in the skull, increasing pressure in the back of the eyeballs and the optic nerve, Zawieja said.
After his first long-duration flight, which lasted 159 days, Kelly wrote that doctors found swelling of his optic nerve as well as choroidal folds, similar to stretch marks, on his eye.
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