Magnetic Eye Implant Stops Dancing Eyes Syndrome

British researchers cure a man's rare eye disorder by implanting magnets beneath his eyesIllustration: Parashkev Nachev/UCL

A 49-year-old man finally got relief from a rare, maddening eye disorder after researchers, in an experimental procedure, implanted specialized magnets beneath his eyeballs. The disorder, called nystagmus, or dancing eyes, causes the eyes to oscillate rhythmically, making the visual scene constantly shake. Scientists from University College London steadied the...

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