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24 July 2006

Looking through a diseased eye

Ever wondered what it's like to have the sight of someone with a vision problem, like a cataract or myopia? These visuals give you the chance to look through someone else's eyes.

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Ever wondered what it's like to have the sight of someone with a vision problem, like a cataract or myopia? These visuals will give you the chance to look through someone else's eyes.

We feature visuals on cataracts, glaucoma, myopia, retinitis pigmentosa, macular degeneration, and diabetic retinopathy. Simply click on one of the conditions, and then mouse over the others to see how the picture changes:

 
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