Monthly Archives: June 2016

With retinal data and correlates them with measures of peripheral vision sensitivity.

With retinal data and correlates them with measures of peripheral vision sensitivity, a team of Dr Charlotte Codina and Dr David Buckley led by the Academic Unit of the University of Ophthalmology and Orthoptics, have shown that the retinal nerve cells in deaf people to seem to be the other way distributes the retina , enabling them to capture more peripheral visual information. This means that the deaf, the retinal… Read Article →