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Dr. Richard Bensinger
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Vision (Definition)

Vision is a feature of a person's brain that allows him to see. He must have normal eyes, optic nerves (that stretch from the eyes to the back of his brain), and visual cortex (the vision center in the brain), in order to see properly. An ophthalmologist is a ...Read more


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What can I do about low vision driving ?

What can I do about low vision driving ?

Don't drive: You should meet your state requirements for driving eligibility. There are telescopes built into lenses which can allow you to see better on a visual chart but these limit the peripheral vision which is critical for driving and they are dangerous. Consider the danger you place yourself and others if you try to drive with vision not meeting the standard. ...Read more

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Do children lose ability with low vision?

Do children lose ability with low vision?

Not exactly: They have greater challenges, but with good training, they can be very productive members of society. Low vision doesn't equal low intelligence. ...Read more

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What low-vision aids are available and where?

What low-vision aids are available and where?

Low vision doc: Magnifiers, high powered lenses and cctv's with magnification are all available and helpful. Low vision specialists can help you decide which products will help you out so you aren't wasting money trying out several products. They can also get insurances to pay for some of these aides. Often you can find them cheaper online, once you know what you need. ...Read more

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I have low vision, can video glasses be used?

I have low vision, can video glasses be used?

No harm in trying: While video-gamer glasses will not harm your eyes, applications for low vision have been limited due to the bulk, weight and induced blockage of the visual field. Sitting close to a large screen video monitor with spectacle correction for your working distance is a convenient (and wireless) approach to create a large print working environment. A low-vision rehabilitation specialist can demonstrate. ...Read more

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Can you fix low vision with corrective lenses?

Somewhat: High power reading glasses and magnifiers are used in low vision and can greatly improve vision in some people. ...Read more

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How do you maintain your independence with low vision?

How do you maintain your independence with low vision?

Adjustments: Adjusting ones life to accommodate low-vision requires behavioral changes, optical and non-optical adaptive aids. A video-magnifier will help you spot read even down to the profound low-vision range. Large print or talking books (and the kindle) will help you with reading to learn. Driving may not be possible but inquire about paratransit scrip. A low-vision rehabilitation specialist may help you. ...Read more

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How does low-vision rehabilitation at home improve vision?

Task of daily living: A thorough low vision evaluation will conclude with recommendations for devices and techniques for improving a person's ability to cope with diminished vision. This can include cooking, sewing, reading, tv viewing, adjusting the thermostat and many other everyday activities which are difficult for people with impaired eyesight. ...Read more

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What is usually causing dim vision and sensitivity to light?

Diabetes: Also retinopathy, macular degeneration, and many other things. You need to get this checked out by an ophthalmologist and pronto! ...Read more

Dr. Mitchell Vogel
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Dim Vision (Definition)

Dim vision is a clinical finding in which a person's eyes receive and transmit to the brain a lower level of "light" than normal, making settings appear as if ...Read more


Dr. Daniel Schainholz
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Low Vision (Definition)

Low vision is poor visual acuity. Low vision can be congenital (present at ...Read more