The evaluation included 209 individuals undergoing cataract medical procedures, of whom 106 were undergoing the procedure in the first eyes; 103 in the next eye. All individuals completed the standard of Vision questionnaire before surgery and 3 months later on. The questionnaire covers symptoms such as glare, halos, blurred or hazy vision, and depth-perception problems, and grades them when it comes to frequency, severity, and bothersome nature. Overall, participants’ uncorrected distance visible acuity and corrected range visual acuity – examined by log minimum amount angle of resolution – significantly improved in all four patient groups, report the researchers.And no treatment or vaccine is present to protect humans from its results. The scenario might sound like something dreamed up as an exercise exercise by public wellness authorities, but the virus is all too real. Known as chikungunya, from an East African tribal term describing the contorted postures of its pain-wracked victims, the pathogen offers been the focus of intense scientific interest ever since a 2006 outbreak on the island of La Reunion in the Indian Sea infected about 266,000 people, killing 260 of them. Now, researchers at the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston, Purdue University and Bioqual Inc.