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2009-09-02 06:27:33
My cousin had retinal detachments, and praise the lord (I'm sounding born-again) her surgery was a success. Those with severe cataracts go blind? Don't say that...I have the beginning of cataracts! Ahh, the joy of aging...sigh.
2009-09-02 00:44:59
...yes, we are extremely lucky to be living in this day and age because of the great advancements in the field of medicine. Well, at least in the Western World we are lucky, the Third World does not fare so well. My eye trouble is nothing compared with the big surgeries you've had, but it still gave me fears of losing the eye, especially as the underlying causes are still not known.
2009-09-02 00:34:45
"Build thee more stately mansions, O my soul, as the swift seasons roll..." from The Chambered Nautilus, by Oliver Wendell Holmes ( no relation to Sherlock ) ... ....have deepest sympathy for eye problems...it's only because I've had access to world-class eye surgeons that I'm able to see.....through most of history those surgeries weren't possible, and in much of the world today people with retinal detachments and/or severe cataracts simply go blind.....made me very keenly aware of the value of this wonderful gift of vision...
2009-09-01 23:06:35
That definitely looks better than my eye. Great pic, Patito!