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Patients lose vision after routine cataract surgeries at Dallas Key-Whitman center

Cosby, of Royse City, visited Dr. Tests revealed he had cataracts in both eyes, but he was assured surgery could quickly take care of them. She could not be reached for comment. Unconcerned, Cosby waited to schedule the separate surgeries for each eye until deer season was over. As far as he could tell, everything went well with the procedure on his left eye. He rubbed his right eye and noticed his left eye was dark, as if he were looking through a sunglass lens.

Initially, his doctor told him the problem should go away with some steroid pills and a little time. But it only got worse. His eye started turning the world before him into dark shapes and shadows. The injection was deteriorating part of his retina and there was no way to stop it. He was told it would no longer be safe for him to drive. But the commercial truck driver made his living by hauling tons of rock across 1, miles of Texas highways each week.

It had been his livelihood for 40 years, and he was only six years from bowing out and kicking back. But this was the first time the center had received this particular eye injection compound. An independent pharmacy expert concluded that the injection supplied by Guardian was compounded incorrectly, he said. Beyond acknowledging that the drug is being tested, Guardian has declined to comment further. The Dallas pharmacy is not affiliated with the national Guardian Pharmacy Services, which has its headquarters in Atlanta.

As soon as the vision center realized the patients were having problems, employees contacted all the surgeons who had performed cataract surgeries there earlier this year, Whitman said.

He said they notified the Food and Drug Administration, which regulates compounding pharmacies, and provided the agency with a sample of the injection.

They also sent letters to all patients who might have been affected and notified Guardian Pharmacy Services, Whitman said.

While it still gives you an overworld, of sorts, you don't really do anything here other than move around to different places on the map.

If you stray from the well-worn paths between areas, you invite random encounters. Entering a fight, a town, a cave, or just about anything else drops the game into a side-scrolling perspective that gives off more of a Mario vibe than a Zelda one. This means the combat is more about properly attacking and defending high and low attacks. While the overworld leaves a lot to be desired, the side-scrolling action in Zelda II is pretty good. There's a decent variety of enemies, which forces you to use a handful of different tactics to succeed.

Link can also employ magic, which you'll learn in the game's towns. Life magic, which restores your health, is the most useful, but spells like jump which makes you jump higher and shield which reduces how much damage you take when hit are useful as well.

Despite the new perspective, the game's palaces are sufficiently mazelike, giving you plenty of corridors to explore and many enemies to face. The only noticeable difference is that the backgrounds are slightly squashed to fit the GBA's aspect ratio.

The sprites, however, are still full size, meaning that you'll be able to see Link's feet sticking partway into the ground instead of on top of it. It's a minor difference, but it's worth noting just the same. The game's sound also correctly mirrors the NES release, with all the same music and effects you heard back in The game also saves like the original game, letting you save after losing all of your lives and sending you back to the start, which can be pretty annoying throughout the early parts of the game, but once you've increased your health and magic meters a bit, the game gets easier.

It's a reasonably lengthy game unless you still remember where everything is , the side-scrolling is intact, and that one villager in the first town still simply says, "I AM ERROR. Having to rely on three lives to get everywhere, and fumbling through towns with very little direction about where to go next Here's a hint: Bagu's cabin is hiding in the forest represents the sort of stuff that will make you wonder what you saw in the game back in '

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