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GERMANY/
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December 13, 2012 
Patient Helmut Sechser puts in his old glass eye while he waits for a new one to be made at a medical... 
Munich, Germany 
Patient Sechser puts in his old glass eye while waiting for new one at a medical equipment shop in Munich... 
Patient Helmut Sechser puts in his old glass eye while he waits for a new one to be made at a medical equipment shop in Munich December 11, 2012. Shop owner and ocularist Gerhard Greiner produces individual hand glass-blown human eye prostheses for people who have lost an eye or eyes due to a trauma, illness or accident. Each glass eye takes about one hour to make, with constant reference to the patient for the right colour and for detailed drawing of the veins. A bespoke glass eye prostheses cost from 350 euros (US $457). A typical modern glass eye is a hollow half sphere that fits over the non-working eye, if it is still there. Otherwise it goes over a ball that has been surgically implanted into the eye socket and attached to the eye muscles. Sechser, 72, got his first glass eye in 1960. Picture taken on December 11. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY) 
GERMANY/
RTR3BJ0R 
December 13, 2012 
Ocularist Gerhard Greiner holds a glass tube over a bunsen burner as he makes a glass eye at his medical... 
Munich, Germany 
Ocularist Gerhard Greiner makes a glass eye at his medical equipment shop in Munich 
Ocularist Gerhard Greiner holds a glass tube over a bunsen burner as he makes a glass eye at his medical equipment shop in Munich December 11, 2012. Greiner produces individual hand glass-blown human eye prostheses for people who have lost an eye or eyes due to a trauma, illness or accident. Each glass eye takes about one hour to make, with constant reference to the patient for the right colour and for detailed drawing of the veins. A bespoke glass eye prostheses cost from 350 euros (US $457). A typical modern glass eye is a hollow half sphere that fits over the non-working eye, if it is still there. Otherwise it goes over a ball that has been surgically implanted into the eye socket and attached to the eye muscles. Picture taken on December 11. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY) 
GERMANY/
RTR3BJ0P 
December 13, 2012 
Ocularist Gerhard Greiner holds a glass tube over a bunsen burner as he makes a glass eye at his medical... 
Munich, Germany 
Ocularist Gerhard Greiner makes a glass eye at his medical equipment shop in Munich 
Ocularist Gerhard Greiner holds a glass tube over a bunsen burner as he makes a glass eye at his medical equipment shop in Munich December 11, 2012. Greiner produces individual hand glass-blown human eye prostheses for people who have lost an eye or eyes due to a trauma, illness or accident. Each glass eye takes about one hour to make, with constant reference to the patient for the right colour and for detailed drawing of the veins. A bespoke glass eye prostheses cost from 350 euros (US $457). A typical modern glass eye is a hollow half sphere that fits over the non-working eye, if it is still there. Otherwise it goes over a ball that has been surgically implanted into the eye socket and attached to the eye muscles. Picture taken on December 11. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY) 
GERMANY/
RTR3BJ0O 
December 13, 2012 
Ocularist Gerhard Greiner holds a glass tube over a bunsen burner as he makes a glass eye at his medical... 
Munich, Germany 
Ocularist Gerhard Greiner makes a glass eye at his medical equipment shop in Munich 
Ocularist Gerhard Greiner holds a glass tube over a bunsen burner as he makes a glass eye at his medical equipment shop in Munich December 11, 2012. Greiner produces individual hand glass-blown human eye prostheses for people who have lost an eye or eyes due to a trauma, illness or accident. Each glass eye takes about one hour to make, with constant reference to the patient for the right colour and for detailed drawing of the veins. A bespoke glass eye prostheses cost from 350 euros (US $457). A typical modern glass eye is a hollow half sphere that fits over the non-working eye, if it is still there. Otherwise it goes over a ball that has been surgically implanted into the eye socket and attached to the eye muscles. Picture taken on December 11. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY) 
GERMANY/
RTR3BJ0N 
December 13, 2012 
Ocularist Gerhard Greiner selects a coloured glass rod as he makes a glass eye at his medical equipment... 
Munich, Germany 
Ocularist Gerhard Greiner selects a coloured glass rod as he makes a glass eye at his medical equipment... 
Ocularist Gerhard Greiner selects a coloured glass rod as he makes a glass eye at his medical equipment shop in Munich December 11, 2012. Greiner produces individual hand glass-blown human eye prostheses for people who have lost an eye or eyes due to a trauma, illness or accident. Each glass eye takes about one hour to make, with constant reference to the patient for the right colour and for detailed drawing of the veins. A bespoke glass eye prostheses cost from 350 euros (US $457). A typical modern glass eye is a hollow half sphere that fits over the non-working eye, if it is still there. Otherwise it goes over a ball that has been surgically implanted into the eye socket and attached to the eye muscles. Picture taken on December 11. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY) 
GERMANY/
RTR3BJ0M 
December 13, 2012 
Ocularist Gerhard Greiner holds a glass tube over a bunsen burner as he makes a glass eye at his medical... 
Munich, Germany 
Ocularist Gerhard Greiner makes a glass eye at his medical equipment shop in Munich 
Ocularist Gerhard Greiner holds a glass tube over a bunsen burner as he makes a glass eye at his medical equipment shop in Munich December 11, 2012. Greiner produces individual hand glass-blown human eye prostheses for people who have lost an eye or eyes due to a trauma, illness or accident. Each glass eye takes about one hour to make, with constant reference to the patient for the right colour and for detailed drawing of the veins. A bespoke glass eye prostheses cost from 350 euros (US $457). A typical modern glass eye is a hollow half sphere that fits over the non-working eye, if it is still there. Otherwise it goes over a ball that has been surgically implanted into the eye socket and attached to the eye muscles. Picture taken on December 11. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY) 
GERMANY/
RTR3BJ0L 
December 13, 2012 
Patient Helmut Sechser holds his old glass eye before being fitted for a new one at a medical equipment... 
Munich, Germany 
Patient Sechser holds his old glass eye before being fitted for a new one at a medical equipment shop... 
Patient Helmut Sechser holds his old glass eye before being fitted for a new one at a medical equipment shop in Munich December 11, 2012. Shop owner and ocularist Gerhard Greiner produces individual hand glass-blown human eye prostheses for people who have lost an eye or eyes due to a trauma, illness or accident. Each glass eye takes about one hour to make, with constant reference to the patient for the right colour and for detailed drawing of the veins. A bespoke glass eye prostheses cost from 350 euros (US $457). A typical modern glass eye is a hollow half sphere that fits over the non-working eye, if it is still there. Otherwise it goes over a ball that has been surgically implanted into the eye socket and attached to the eye muscles. Sechser, 72, got his first glass eye in 1960. Picture taken on December 11. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY) 
GERMANY/
RTR3BJ0I 
December 13, 2012 
Patient Helmut Sechser cleans his old glass eye with water before being fitted for a new one at a medical... 
Munich, Germany 
Patient Sechser cleans his old glass eye with water before being fitted for a new one at a medical equipment... 
Patient Helmut Sechser cleans his old glass eye with water before being fitted for a new one at a medical equipment shop in Munich December 11, 2012. Shop owner and ocularist Gerhard Greiner produces individual hand glass-blown human eye prostheses for people who have lost an eye or eyes due to a trauma, illness or accident. Each glass eye takes about one hour to make, with constant reference to the patient for the right colour and for detailed drawing of the veins. A bespoke glass eye prostheses cost from 350 euros (US $457).A typical modern glass eye is a hollow half sphere that fits over the non-working eye, if it is still there. Otherwise it goes over a ball that has been surgically implanted into the eye socket and attached to the eye muscles. Sechser, 72, got his first glass eye in 1960. Picture taken on December 11. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY) 
GERMANY/
RTR3BJ0H 
December 13, 2012 
Individual hand glass-blown eyes are pictured in a medical equipment shop in Munich December 11, 2012.... 
Munich, Germany 
Individual hand glass-blown eyes are pictured in a medical equipment shop in Munich 
Individual hand glass-blown eyes are pictured in a medical equipment shop in Munich December 11, 2012. Shop owner and ocularist Gerhard Greiner produces individual hand glass-blown human eye prostheses for people who have lost an eye or eyes due to a trauma, illness or accident. Each glass eye takes about one hour to make, with constant reference to the patient for the right colour and for detailed drawing of the veins. A bespoke glass eye prostheses cost from 350 euros (US $457). A typical modern glass eye is a hollow half sphere that fits over the non-working eye, if it is still there. Otherwise it goes over a ball that has been surgically implanted into the eye socket and attached to the eye muscles. Picture taken on December 11. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY) 
GERMANY/
RTR3BJ0G 
December 13, 2012 
Ocularist Gerhard Greiner holds a glass tube over a bunsen burner as he makes a glass eye at his medical... 
Munich, Germany 
Ocularist Gerhard Greiner makes a glass eye at his medical equipment shop in Munich 
Ocularist Gerhard Greiner holds a glass tube over a bunsen burner as he makes a glass eye at his medical equipment shop in Munich December 11, 2012. Greiner produces individual hand glass-blown human eye prostheses for people who have lost an eye or eyes due to a trauma, illness or accident. Each glass eye takes about one hour to make, with constant reference to the patient for the right colour and for detailed drawing of the veins. A bespoke glass eye prostheses cost from 350 euros (US $457). A typical modern glass eye is a hollow half sphere that fits over the non-working eye, if it is still there. Otherwise it goes over a ball that has been surgically implanted into the eye socket and attached to the eye muscles. Picture taken on December 11. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY) 
GERMANY/
RTR3BJ0F 
December 13, 2012 
Ocularist Gerhard Greiner compares a glass eye example with the eye of patient Helmut Sechser in his... 
Munich, Germany 
Ocularist Greiner compares glass eye example with eye of patient in his medical equipment shop in Munich... 
Ocularist Gerhard Greiner compares a glass eye example with the eye of patient Helmut Sechser in his medical equipment shop in Munich December 11, 2012. Greiner produces individual hand glass-blown human eye prostheses for people who have lost an eye or eyes due to a trauma, illness or accident. Each glass eye takes about one hour to make, with constant reference to the patient for the right colour and for detailed drawing of the veins. A bespoke glass eye prostheses cost from 350 euros (US $457). A typical modern glass eye is a hollow half sphere that fits over the non-working eye, if it is still there. Otherwise it goes over a ball that has been surgically implanted into the eye socket and attached to the eye muscles. Picture taken on December 11. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY) 
GERMANY/
RTR3BJ0E 
December 13, 2012 
Ocularist Gerhard Greiner looks for examples of glass eyes for patient Helmut Sechser (L) in his medical... 
Munich, Germany 
Ocularist Greiner looks for examples of glass eyes for patient in his medical equipment shop in Munich... 
Ocularist Gerhard Greiner looks for examples of glass eyes for patient Helmut Sechser (L) in his medical equipment shop in Munich December 11, 2012. Greiner produces individual hand glass-blown human eye prostheses for people who have lost an eye or eyes due to a trauma, illness or accident. Each glass eye takes about one hour to make, with constant reference to the patient for the right colour and for detailed drawing of the veins. A bespoke glass eye prostheses cost from 350 euros (US $457). A typical modern glass eye is a hollow half sphere that fits over the non-working eye, if it is still there. Otherwise it goes over a ball that has been surgically implanted into the eye socket and attached to the eye muscles. Picture taken on December 11. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY) 
GERMANY/
RTR3BJ0D 
December 13, 2012 
Ocularist Gerhard Greiner (L) removes the glass eye of patient Helmut Sechser in his medical equipment... 
Munich, Germany 
Ocularist Greiner removes glass eye of patient in his medical equipment shop in Munich 
Ocularist Gerhard Greiner (L) removes the glass eye of patient Helmut Sechser in his medical equipment shop in Munich December 11, 2012. Greiner produces individual hand glass-blown human eye prostheses for people who have lost an eye or eyes due to a trauma, illness or accident. Each glass eye takes about one hour to make, with constant reference to the patient for the right colour and for detailed drawing of the veins. A bespoke glass eye prostheses cost from 350 euros (US $457). A typical modern glass eye is a hollow half sphere that fits over the non-working eye, if it is still there. Otherwise it goes over a ball that has been surgically implanted into the eye socket and attached to the eye muscles. Picture taken on December 11. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY) 
GERMANY/
RTR3BJ0B 
December 13, 2012 
Ocularist Gerhard Greiner (L) removes the glass eye of patient Helmut Sechser in his medical equipment... 
Munich, Germany 
Ocularist Greiner removes glass eye of patient in his medical equipment shop in Munich 
Ocularist Gerhard Greiner (L) removes the glass eye of patient Helmut Sechser in his medical equipment shop in Munich December 11, 2012. Greiner produces individual hand glass-blown human eye prostheses for people who have lost an eye or eyes due to a trauma, illness or accident. Each glass eye takes about one hour to make, with constant reference to the patient for the right colour and for detailed drawing of the veins. A bespoke glass eye prostheses cost from 350 euros (US $457). A typical modern glass eye is a hollow half sphere that fits over the non-working eye, if it is still there. Otherwise it goes over a ball that has been surgically implanted into the eye socket and attached to the eye muscles. Picture taken on December 11. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY) 
GERMANY/
RTR3BJ0A 
December 13, 2012 
Patient Helmut Sechser looks in a mirror without his glass eye before being fitted for a new one at a... 
Munich, Germany 
Patient Sechser looks in a mirror without his glass eye before being fitted for a new one at a medical... 
Patient Helmut Sechser looks in a mirror without his glass eye before being fitted for a new one at a medical equipment shop in Munich December 11, 2012. Shop owner and ocularist Gerhard Greiner produces individual hand glass-blown human eye prostheses for people who have lost an eye or eyes due to a trauma, illness or accident. Each glass eye takes about one hour to make, with constant reference to the patient for the right colour and for detailed drawing of the veins. A bespoke glass eye prostheses cost from 350 euros (US $457). A typical modern glass eye is a hollow half sphere that fits over the non-working eye, if it is still there. Otherwise it goes over a ball that has been surgically implanted into the eye socket and attached to the eye muscles. Sechser, 72, got his first glass eye in 1960. Picture taken on December 11. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY) 
GERMANY/
RTR3BJ09 
December 13, 2012 
Ocularist Gerhard Greiner looks for examples of glass eyes for patient Helmut Sechser (not pictured)... 
Munich, Germany 
Ocularist Greiner looks for examples of glass eyes for patient in his medical equipment shop in Munich... 
Ocularist Gerhard Greiner looks for examples of glass eyes for patient Helmut Sechser (not pictured) in his medical equipment shop in Munich December 11, 2012. Greiner produces individual hand glass-blown human eye prostheses for people who have lost an eye or eyes due to a trauma, illness or accident. Each glass eye takes about one hour to make, with constant reference to the patient for the right colour and for detailed drawing of the veins. A bespoke glass eye prostheses cost from 350 euros (US $457). A typical modern glass eye is a hollow half sphere that fits over the non-working eye, if it is still there. Otherwise it goes over a ball that has been surgically implanted into the eye socket and attached to the eye muscles. Picture taken on December 11. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY) 
GERMANY/
RTR3BJ08 
December 13, 2012 
The eye logo of the medical equipment shop of ocularist Gerhard Greiner is pictured in Munich December... 
Munich, Germany 
The eye logo of the medical equipment shop of ocularist Gerhard Greiner is pictured in Munich 
The eye logo of the medical equipment shop of ocularist Gerhard Greiner is pictured in Munich December 11, 2012. Greiner produces individual hand glass-blown human eye prostheses for people who have lost an eye or eyes due to a trauma, illness or accident. Each glass eye takes about one hour to make, with constant reference to the patient for the right colour and for detailed drawing of the veins. A bespoke glass eye prostheses cost from 350 euros (US $457). A typical modern glass eye is a hollow half sphere that fits over the non-working eye, if it is still there. Otherwise it goes over a ball that has been surgically implanted into the eye socket and attached to the eye muscles. Picture taken on December 11. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY) 
GERMANY/
RTR3BJ07 
December 13, 2012 
Ocularist Gerhard Greiner compares two different former glass eyes of patient Helmut Sechser in his medical... 
Munich, Germany 
Ocularist Gerhard Greiner compares two different former glass eyes of patient in his medical equipment... 
Ocularist Gerhard Greiner compares two different former glass eyes of patient Helmut Sechser in his medical equipment shop in Munich December 11, 2012. Greiner produces individual hand glass-blown human eye prostheses for people who have lost an eye or eyes due to a trauma, illness or accident. Each glass eye takes about one hour to make, with constant reference to the patient for the right colour and for detailed drawing of the veins. A bespoke glass eye prostheses cost from 350 euros (US $457). A typical modern glass eye is a hollow half sphere that fits over the non-working eye, if it is still there. Otherwise it goes over a ball that has been surgically implanted into the eye socket and attached to the eye muscles. Picture taken on December 11. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY) 
USA-SHOOTING/CONGRESSWOMAN
RTXWPJG 
January 18, 2011 
Orlando Gonzales prays at the University Medical Center where U.S. Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords was... 
Tucson, UNITED STATES 
Orlando Gonzales prays at the University Medical Center in Tucson 
Orlando Gonzales prays at the University Medical Center where U.S. Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords was recovering at, in Tucson, Arizona January 17, 2011. Giffords was recovering well from a pair of weekend surgeries to remove a breathing tube from her nose and the repair her right eye socket, doctors said on Monday. REUTERS/Eric Thayer (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS) 
USA-SHOOTING/CONGRESSWOMAN
RTXWPJD 
January 18, 2011 
A memorial for U.S. Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords and other victims is seen at the University Medical... 
Tucson, UNITED STATES 
A memorial for U.S. Congresswoman Giffords is seen at the University Medical Center in Tucson 
A memorial for U.S. Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords and other victims is seen at the University Medical Center in Tucson, Arizona January 17, 2011. Giffords was recovering well from a pair of weekend surgeries to remove a breathing tube from her nose and the repair her right eye socket, doctors said on Monday. REUTERS/Eric Thayer (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS) 
USA-SHOOTING/CONGRESSWOMAN
RTXWPJ7 
January 18, 2011 
A memorial for U.S. congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords and other victims is seen at University Medical... 
Tucson, UNITED STATES 
A memorial for victims of Tucson shooting is seen at University Medical Center in Tucson 
A memorial for U.S. congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords and other victims is seen at University Medical Center in Tucson, Arizona January 17, 2011. Giffords was recovering well from a pair of weekend surgeries to remove a breathing tube from her nose and the repair her right eye socket, doctors said on Monday. REUTERS/Eric Thayer (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS) 
USA-SHOOTING/CONGRESSWOMAN
RTXWPJ1 
January 18, 2011 
Items from well-wishers are seen at the office of U.S. Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords in Tucson, Arizona... 
Tucson, UNITED STATES 
Items from well-wishers are seen at the office of U.S. Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords in Tucson 
Items from well-wishers are seen at the office of U.S. Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords in Tucson, Arizona January 17, 2011. Giffords was recovering well from a pair of weekend surgeries to remove a breathing tube from her nose and the repair her right eye socket, doctors said on Monday. REUTERS/Eric Thayer (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS) 
USA-SHOOTING/CONGRESSWOMAN
RTXWPIZ 
January 18, 2011 
Get well wishes written on paper plates for U.S. Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords and other victims are... 
Tucson, UNITED STATES 
Get well wishes written on paper plates for Giffords and other victims are seen at memorial at University... 
Get well wishes written on paper plates for U.S. Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords and other victims are seen at a memorial at University Medical Center in Tucson, Arizona January 17, 2011. Giffords was recovering well from a pair of weekend surgeries to remove a breathing tube from her nose and the repair her right eye socket, doctors said on Monday. REUTERS/Eric Thayer (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS) 
USA-SHOOTING/CONGRESSWOMAN
RTXWPIW 
January 18, 2011 
Ivonne Gaitan (L) and Miciela Sahner embrace at a memorial for U.S. congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords... 
Tucson, UNITED STATES 
Ivonne Gaitan and Miciela Sahner embrace at a memorial for Tucson shooting victims at University Medical... 
Ivonne Gaitan (L) and Miciela Sahner embrace at a memorial for U.S. congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords and other victims at University Medical Center in Tucson, Arizona January 17, 2011. Giffords was recovering well from a pair of weekend surgeries to remove a breathing tube from her nose and the repair her right eye socket, doctors said on Monday. REUTERS/Eric Thayer (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS OBITUARY IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
USA-SHOOTING/CONGRESSWOMAN
RTXWPIT 
January 18, 2011 
A memorial for U.S. Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords and other victims is seen at the University Medical... 
Tucson, UNITED STATES 
A memorial for U.S. Congresswoman Giffords is seen at the University Medical Center in Tucson 
A memorial for U.S. Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords and other victims is seen at the University Medical Center in Tucson, Arizona January 17, 2011. Giffords was recovering well from a pair of weekend surgeries to remove a breathing tube from her nose and the repair her right eye socket, doctors said on Monday. REUTERS/Eric Thayer (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
SPORT NBA
RTR10JV3 
May 03, 1999 
Miami Heat center Alonzo Mourning adjusts his goggles during warmups before Miami's game against the... 
Miami, USA 
HEAT MOURNING HAS TROUBLE WITH ADJUSTING HIS GOGGLES. 
Miami Heat center Alonzo Mourning adjusts his goggles during warmups before Miami's game against the Charlotte Hornets. Mourning, who is wearing goggles for the first time to protect a slight fracture to his right eye socket bone, returned to the lineup after missing three games.

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