So Long, Lazy Eye
Is subanesthetic ketamine the cure for amblyopia?
Phoebe Harkin | | Quick Read
There has long been evidence that subanesthetic ketamine, commonly used to treat depression and pain, may control how the nervous system makes structural changes in response to internal and external demands – a process known as neural plasticity. But how the drug works has remained elusive… until now.
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