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In patients with bilateral central vision loss EV training may be a viable tool to help people use what remains of their vision.
Because central vision accounts for almost all of our daytime visual acuity, wet AMD sufferers experience severe and profound day-to-day challenges.
As AMD advances, it robs individuals of the central vision necessary for everyday activities like reading, driving, watching television and identifying faces.
I had no central vision, just peripheral - but that was all soft focus.
Central vision describes a person's field of vision when he is looking straight ahead.
The Implantable Miniature Telescope aims to help in the end stages of incurable age-related macular degeneration, a creeping loss of central vision that blocks reading, watching TV, eventually even recognizing faces.
sets out a central vision of the world that underlies and unites the voluminous writing of economist and political philosopher Marx (1818-83).
Loss of central vision is an early sign of age-related macular degeneration (AMD), one of the leading causes of blindness among older adults.
AMD affects the central vision of the eye, causing blurring and black spots and hampers people's ability to do everyday things like reading, driving and watching television.
The Central Vision R Place project is designed to encourage young people between 16 and 18-years-old, who are not involved in any education, training or employment, to get behind and in front of a television camera to learn new skills.
Loss of central vision is an early sign of age-related macular degeneration (AMD)--which is one of the leading causes of blindness among the elderly.
Buchanan, is a biography of a man who lost all of his central vision and 80 percent of his peripheral vision at age 15.

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