Maggie Woodhouse

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We studied the effects of the Nd:YAG laser on the blood-aqueous barrier following photodisruption of the anterior capsule, posterior capsule, and mid-vitreous of the albino rabbit eye with fluorophotometric techniques using albumin-bound fluorescein. After photo-disruption of the anterior capsule, fluorescence appeared in the anterior chamber at 30 minutes,(More)
Q: Why prescribe bifocals to children with Down's syndrome? A: The majority (76%) of children with Down's syndrome under-accommodate at near, as assessed by objective testing. Research has shown that these children gain optical benefit from bifocal spectacles, i.e. improved near focusing and show significantly improved school performance. Q: How can(More)
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