Africa Medical and Indigenous
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Blindness in lepers is caused by the destruction of the nerves controlling the muscles operating the eye. Dr. Ray Foster, of Mwami Hospital and Leprosarium, points to the strong temporalis muscle which powers chewing, part of which will be transferred to open and close the eye.

 

| 1/29/2018