Articles starting with 'V':
|Violet Circles |
If you continue to focus on the cross in the center of the image you will notice that the circle of violet circles will soon DISAPPEAR completely and you will see only the green spot (which is actually violet)
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|Viral Conjunctivitis |
"You have conjunctivitis" the eye doctor informed his concerned patient.
"Don’t I have pink eye ?" the patient questioned.
"Yes" the doctor responded.
Although this may sound confusing both doctor and patient here are correct. The patient does have conjunctivitisan inflammation of the conjunctiva....and because her eyes are a deep reddish-pink in colorshe also has pink eye .
Pink eye is really a layman s term that ... Read More|
|Vision & Reading |
Vision & Reading
The following are excerpts from an article on VisionLearning and Nutrition by Donald J. GetzODFCOVDFAAO
This article by an eye doctor discusses children s problems with readinglearningand behavior caused by convergence insufficiencyeye tracking problems esophoria exophoriaand other visual problems.
Vision and Eyesight
Eyesight is simply the ability to see something clearlythe so-called 20/20 eyesight (as measured in a standard eye examinati... Read More|
|Vision Loss And Carbohydrate Quality Link |
Age-related macular degeneration (AMD) and its associated vision loss may be connected to the quality of carbohydrates
Foods like white ricepasta and bread are examples of foods with a high-glycemic-indexmeaning that these foods are associated with a faster rise and subsequent drop in blood sugar.
Age-related macular degeneration (AMD) and its associated vision loss may be connected to the quality of carbohydrates an individual consumes. In a study published in ... Read More|
|Vitreous Detachment |
Floaters are translucent specks that seem to float about in your field of vision. Some floaters are normaland most people have thembut they don’t usually notice them unless they become numerous or more prominent. Floaters can look like cobwebs or squiggly lines or floating bugs. They become more apparent when you look at something plain and brightsuch as white paper or a blue sky. They are also more evident when they are stirred upsuch as when you move your eyes. Flo... Read More|