100,000 US dementia cases could have been prevented by attending to vision health needs, a report suggests.
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The study shows age at presentation is the most significant of the risk factors.
Optic nerve inflammation and microvasculature occlusion were the most common findings among patients admitted to an ICU with SARS-CoV-2.
An implantable drug delivery device is not associated with higher risk of the complication, an investigation shows.
Axial length, lens thickness, and mean keratometry are the primary structural metrics associated with macular thickness, but living place and other demographic factors also play a role.
A quarter century-long study shows patients being treated for glaucoma experience visual field loss at rates comparable with healthy individuals.
The dual procedure also cut the need for medication to help manage glaucoma, a report shows.
Face masks do not create artifacts in ophthalmic imaging technology, researchers report.
Cataract surgery in patients with CMV anterior uveitis leads to significantly improved corrected distance visual acuity (CDVA) in 73% of patients, a study says.
The OCT finding was not useful in predicting visual outcomes of procedure for patients with ERM and concurrent glaucoma.