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It is 4PM on a Friday afternoon. A 67 YO patient walks into your office with loss of vision. Two days earlier they noticed sudden, painless vision loss in their left eye. You find an acute central retinal artery...
During the weekend of August 24th, Major League Baseball held a players’ weekend where players from both the National and American league got to choose nicknames to put on the back of their jerseys. However, the league itself decided...

https://youtu.be/LkmEjOL6kWQ Dr. Alan Glazier is the founder of OD's on FB, a community of optometrists boasting over 40,000 members. He is also the founder of Shady Grove Eye and Vision Care in Rockville, Maryland.
On May 30, 2019, ESPN televised the highly anticipated Scripps National Spelling Bee. The competition was so fierce this year that they were starting to run out of words for their contestants to spell as they entered the final...
It is well established that there is no safe level of myopia and ocular disease including glaucoma, cataracts, choroidal neovascular membranes and retinal detachment present with myopia. The greater the amount of myopia, the higher the risk. . Treatment options...
In 2013, I met with a group of other low vision professionals from all around the US, to hear about a new wearable assistive technology out of Israel called OrCam. While at this meeting, some individuals were skeptical, as...
The formation of Aira Google Glass was first announced to the public in 2012 and even debuted a prototype at a Foundation Fighting Blindness meeting that same year which created a buzz in the blind and visually impaired community about...
Seeing without believing How often do you ask your visually impaired patients the following question: “Do you ever see things you know aren’t real?” This is an important question that is often overlooked. Patients rarely volunteer information about hallucinating for fear...
The chief complaint requiring a magnifier Reading is the number one complaint of our low vision patients. Thankfully many forms of magnification can help in most cases in the form of traditional magnifiers. While this might not be the magic...
The stellar event of the year You have most likely heard by now that all of the United States will have a solar eclipse on August 21st. The moon will cover part of the sun for 2 to 3 hours!...
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