The retina is a 0.5-mm thick layer in the eye globe that is adhered to the tissue underneath. A tiny but very specialized area of the retina called the macula is responsible for giving us our detailed, central vision.
Color helps us remember objects, influences our purchases and sparks our emotions. But did you know that objects do not possess color? They reflect wavelengths of light that are seen as color by the human brain.
Photodynamic Therapy (PDT), introduced to ophthalmology in 2000, is a therapeutic procedure which utilizes the photosensitive intravenous drug, verteporfin (Visudyne) in combination with a low power, long duration infrared laser.
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