Danielle (vividanielle) wrote in little_details,
Danielle
vividanielle
little_details

Blindness in one eye

I'm not sure -where- this story will be set -- probably the U.K. -- but it's in our current time period.

If someone is blind in one eye, is it possible that the eye would look completely normal, and exactly like the other eye? Is there a cause of blindness that would not affect the appearance of the eye? (Or at least, affect it only very slightly)

Would it be possible for the fake/blind eye to move in coordination with the other eye?

How would the blindness in one eye affect the vision in the other eye?
Would the person be able to, say, shoot a gun with accuracy? Would he be able to drive?
Tags: ~blindness, ~medicine: ophthalmology & optometry
Subscribe
  • Post a new comment

    Error

    default userpic
    When you submit the form an invisible reCAPTCHA check will be performed.
    You must follow the Privacy Policy and Google Terms of use.
  • 35 comments
Previous
← Ctrl ← Alt
Next
Ctrl → Alt →
Previous
← Ctrl ← Alt
Next
Ctrl → Alt →