SOURCE: BroadcastMed, Inc.

BroadcastMed, Inc.

September 07, 2011 11:21 ET

Rare Eye Condition in Children Corrected With Surgery

Akron Children's Hospital Slows the "Dancing" Eye

WEST HARTFORD, CT--(Marketwire - Sep 7, 2011) - BroadcastMed, Inc.'s surgical web portal is proud to present a premiere web program highlighting the procedure to correct a rare eye condition called infantile nystagmus. About one in 3,000 people have infantile nystagmus, which causes rapid, uncontrollable eye movements that often blur vision. While there is no cure, a surgical procedure designed to slow the "dancing" eye has shown promising results. Ophthalmologist Richard Hertle from Akron Children's Hospital will be discussing this procedure in a premiere web program.

Don't miss "Eye Muscle Surgery: Expanding the Treatment for Nystagmus in Infancy and Childhood," tomorrow at 6:00pm ET on

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About BroadcastMed, Inc.
Since 1994, BroadcastMed has been providing online video solutions to hospitals, device manufacturers, and other health-related organizations. Our audience has access to thousands of hours of surgical broadcasts through our portal along with medical programs in other clinical disciplines, many of which include continuing medical education (CME) credit.

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