Penn School Of Dental Medicines Frank Stefano

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New structure in dogs’ eye linked to blinding retinal diseases

In humans, a tiny area in the center of the retina called the fovea is critically important to viewing fine details. Densely packed with cone photoreceptor cells, it is used while reading, driving and gazing at objects of interest. Some animals have a similar feature in their eyes, but researchers believed that among mammals the […]

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