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Category: Frederick H.D. Weidman, III, MD



Our retinas are integral to vision

Why Our Retinas Are Integral To Vision: They Convert Light Into Sight

Without your retinas, you couldn’t have sight. This layer of tissue half a millimeter thick – less than two-hundredths of an inch – lines the back of the eye. Its millions of light-sensing nerve cells, called rods and cones because of their shapes, convert light into electrical impulses; the optic nerve sends those to the… Read More


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