Ultraviolet light in eye surgery

Ultraviolet light sits between visible light and X-rays on the electromagnetic spectrum. Its wavelength is slightly shorter than visible light, but it has a higher frequency. One extraordinary use of UV light is laser eye surgery, where the cornea is reshaped painlessly to improve eyesight. The clip follows a patient undergoing laser eye surgery to correct his short sightedness.

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