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Re: Re: chat messages

In a message dated 6/7/04 5:17:20 PM, jsinger@igc.org writes:

<< I've got glaucoma. It's not all that rare among personages of an age I  
have grudgingly reached. >>

Jim, I had my 6 mo chk today.  I remain in suspect stage of glaucoma, have 
cataracts and macular degeneration all of which I have only some strange 
occurrences but does not affect my vision as of yet.  Today they measured the 
thickness of the cornea, chkd the backside of cornea and dilation but not the field 
depth vision that I had last time.  As I understand the glaucoma effects the 
outer area of vision and the MD grabs the core which doesn't leave much else.  I 
shall enjoy the presence!

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