Friday, December 4, 2009

Surgery Lets You See in HD

Surgeons in the UK are perfecting a procedure which allows people to see in high-definition (HD). The procedure starts-off the same way it does for patients with cataracts. Once the lenses are in place, they can actually be fine-tuned using ultraviolet lights which affect the curvature of the lens, up to several days after the initial operation. Finally, a blast adheres the lenses and affixes them permanently.

According to experts, it restores vision to that of one's youth. Further, few people over 40 are able to appreciate HD TV because of macular degeneration and this surgery fixes that.

© C Harris Lynn, 2009

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