Transient smartphone-induced blindness may become more frequent due to user behaviour, experts say – and understanding the issue can help avoid unnecessary anxiety and investigation. A group of London eye doctors write in the New England Journal of Medicine that transient monocular vision loss is a common clinical presentation which isn’t always thromboembolic. They cite
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