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Neuro-ophthalmic disorders can be intimidating—but you can diagnose and manage many of them. Here’s a simple guide for these serious presentations. By Michael Trottini, OD, and Michael DelGiodice, OD

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Eye Anatomy L'Optique Optometry Rochester Hills, MI 248.656.5055 www.loptiqueoptometry.com

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Signs of diabetic retinopathy Images taken from Clark M, Kumar P. 2009 Kumar &Clark’s Clinical Medicine 7/e Saunders

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*Polarized sunglasses* have been popular for quite some time. It helps fishermen and boatsmen who require minimizing reflected glare from the water around them.Info graphics submit on gkboptical.com

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Eye drop calculations ::: ASU-BEEBE ::: www.ASUB.edu ::: @ASUBeebe ::: #ASUBeebe ::: #ProudToBeBlue

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The retina is located in the innermost layer of the eye and senses light. Rod cells in the retina supply vision in low light, while cone cells in the retina supply color and detail to vision. Find more eye anatomy facts on this Chicago eye surgeon infographic.

The retina is located in the innermost layer of the eye and senses light. Rod cells in the retina supply vision in low light, while cone cells in the retina supply color and detail to vision. Find more eye anatomy facts on this Chicago eye surgeon infographic.

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