eye condition

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the condition of the optical properties of the eye

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However, there are certain eye conditions which have a much higher prevalence in black and ethnic minority communities.
By knowing if a dog is a carrier of an eye condition, the breeder can again use this valuable information to plan their mating programs in a way that reassures other breeders and prospective dog owners of the eye health of their litters, Dr Deykin said.
The Speaker said his eye condition sometimes led to "rupturing of the veins in the eye, leading to bleeding", and that senior political leaders in the state knew of his predicament.
NHS England has decided not to recommend routine use of drugs Humira and Remicade for patients with the severe eye condition.
Besides his eye condition, Enrile is also said to be suffering from irregular heartbeat, hypertension, asthma, and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.
A charity boxing match takes place in Matilda's name at Rialto Reborn in Coventry on Saturday, November 8, to raise money for Fight for Sight, a charity which funds pioneering research into eye conditions.
But Morgan's solicitor told Kirklees magistrates that his client had an eye condition that made his eyes look watery.
People who have a family history of the eye condition
The eye condition the researchers were looking at was retinopathy, which is common in patients with Type 2 diabetes or high blood pressure.
The draft guidance recommends Lucentis (Ranibizumab), Novartis is used as a treatment for the eye condition and if the final guidance--expected to be published next month goes ahead, this treatment would become available on the NHS.
A CHARITY is offering sufferers of an eye condition the chance to learn skills that will help maintain their independence.
The news will offer fresh hope for people suffering from retinitis pigmentosa (RP), a genetic eye condition that leads to incurable blindness.
BOB Arbuckle, of Lanchester, County Durham, suffers from an incurable rare eye condition and lost most of his sight two years ago.
He explained: "I used to sit in the pub at 17, getting upset as I listened to my friends talking about passing their driving test and getting a car, knowing that the degenerative eye condition I had developed as a child meant I would never be able to drive.