A team of researchers has discovered that changes in speed of electrical signals across the optic nerves may reflect recovery of the myelin loss during multiple sclerosis.
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A lipid has caught the eye of researchers looking to help treat glaucoma and other neurodegenerative diseases.
A new retinal imaging technique is the first to identify individual cells; the new technique could aid earlier diagnosis and treatment of vision loss diseases such as glaucoma.
The effects of microgravity on CSF could be responsible for the visual impairment intracranial pressure often seen in long-duration astronauts.
Researchers have developed a technique to derive retinal ganglion cells from human stem cells, which may be used as a model for future glaucoma research and treatment.