Researchers evaluate 4 surgical positions and their effect on intraocular pressure changes.
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Neither new glaucoma development, glaucoma suspect diagnoses, nor glaucoma progression are associated with intravitreal anti-VEGF injections to treat wet AMD, a study shows.
Not all cases of electrical injury indicate a need for cataract screening, according to an investigation.
The risk is especially elevated among women, individuals between 60 and 69 years of age, and those with Asian ethnicity.
Researchers investigate the effects of vitamin C on central retinal thickness and choroidal thickness.
Investigators examine trends in diabetic eye diseases in adolescents with type 1 diabetes.
Infection rates have increased since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, with the largest rise seen in patients who underwent vitrectomy without cataract surgery.
Patients older than 60 demonstrated reduced integrity of the ocular surface and less stable tear films.
Investigators compare difluprednate 0.05% nanoemulsion twice a day with prednisolone acetate dosed 4 times a day.
Researchers also reviewed demographic associations with opioid prescriptions following ophthalmic procedures.
The system significantly decreases prescription levels in 1 ophthalmology clinic.
The ability to test multiple patients at once could increase capacity.
An increased risk in patients who are Black may be related to bias in treatment approach or limited access to care, a study suggests.
In a 20-year review, researchers found that diabetes prevention methods do not reduce the later development of diabetic retinopathy.
Virtual assessments developed during the COVID-19 pandemic may reduce the need for some in-person visits, a report shows.
A 4-year study shows a hospital’s triage protocol missed no cases requiring urgent care.
The study shows patients with foveal herniation in the subganglion cell complex had more severely affected macular morphology.
Although the injections were deemed more cost effective, they require a long recovery time, that can last up to 8 hours.
Respiratory distress syndrome, intraventricular hemorrhage, necrotising enterocolitis and barriers to regular follow-up are all linked with disease development and progression.
Physicians were able to make diagnoses that had high agreement with those made from images developed in-office, according to a study.
The online videos seemed to offer the most useful patient information with regard to pain at the injection site, according to the study.
Participants had lower rates of diabetic retinopathy, but the program did not prevent diabetic nephropathy.
Whether patients have a tractional or degenerative macular hole, pars plana vitrectomy can aid their visual functioning.
Investigators say the system is “highly suitable” for both research and clinical practice.
The increased incidence is likely linked with more cataract surgeries and a higher prevalence of myopia, researchers suggest.
Patients with POAG demonstrated notable reductions in quality of life compared with patients with normal tension glaucoma.
Researchers explain that the IOP can often be reduced with steroid treatments.
Even patients who were long-term eye drop users reported benefits from clinical guidance.
The procedure can have significantly different effects on vision depending on the patient’s Krumeich stage.
Men between the ages of 18 and 21 had the highest risk, according to the investigators.
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