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This condition leads to a loss of sharp vision in the center of the retina (the macula).
Braking distances from 70 mph are retina stretching, too, falling between 141 and 146 feet (this S stopped in 145).
Renna's research focuses on neural circuit development in the retina to assist physicians in developing strategies to repair or regenerate damage caused by injury or disease.
Excess amounts of glucose in your blood can end up affecting your retina, causing a condition called diabetic retinopathy.
Macular degeneration, the progressive deterioration of the central area of the retina, is the leading cause of vision loss in the elderly.
Mount Sinai has a precise imaging machine that uses adaptive optics, which can examine individual cells of the retina.
Kingfishers streak over the streams, their paths traced on the retina in time-lapse turquoise.
Ultimately, Payne was diagnosed with solar retinopathy, or sun damage of the retina.
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