Tuesday, June 2, 2015

Patients Experience Phantom Eye Syndrome

"Researchers from the University of Liverpool have found that approximately half of patients who have an eye removed because of a form of eye cancer experience `phantom eye syndrome,'" says Science Digest. "Patients with the condition experience 'seeing' and pain in the eye that is no longer there. Researchers assessed 179 patients whose eye had been removed as a result of a cancer, called intraocular melanoma." Read more.

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