Meibomian gland dysfunction, mixed groups had largest percentages of tear film lipid layer in the thinnest modes.
Researchers suspect these findings could help identify therapeutic targets.
Michael Belin, MD, of the Illinois Society of Eye Physicians & Surgeons, Steven Greenstein, MD, from The Cornea and Laser Eye Institute Hersh Vision Group in Teaneck, NJ, and David Hardten, MD, of Minnesota Eye Consultants, review the application of new diagnostic techniques, and staging and classification systems for keratoconus.
The intraocular injections may not reduce intraocular pressures, according to a study.
Limited deep sclerectomy and trabeculectomy lowers intraocular pressure better than trabeculectomy alone in some patients, according to a report.
Phacoemulsification with MP-TSCPC reduces IOP and the amount of medications needed.
Only bacterial infections are detected with greater sensitivity using corneal cultures, a report suggests.
A study confirms that patients with AMD who receive continued VEGF suppression experience superior results.
Patients with AMD or pachychoroid neovasculopathy who have fewer recurrences may be ready to stop injections.