Tuesday, April 29, 2003


Can a New Eye-Mapping Technology Reduce Bad Outcomes?

The technique, called wavefront-guided Lasik, is designed to reduce the occurrence of the most common side effects of surgery performed primarily to correct nearsightedness: blurred vision, sensitivity to bright light and difficulty seeing at night. The new technology also has enabled some patients to attain so-called "eagle vision" or "super vision": the ability to see better than 20/20 without glasses.

What's that up there, mommy? It's a bird, no a plane, no! It's someone's eye ball! With suuuuper vision!

You're a super eye. I so lonely. hehe, fargo.

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