Investigators identify the advantages and disadvantages of questionnaires designed to quantify the impact of different etiologies of ocular allergy.
All articles by Irina Yakubin, OD
Researchers show the application of preoperative meibography.
Researchers used study data to investigate the effect of atropine drops for myopia control on patients of various ages.
A group of ophthalmologists offer 18 recommendations for evaluating and managing patients with acute and chronic JIA-linked uveitis.
Researchers identify a substantial shift in myopia progression since the pandemic forced many indoors and on screens.
A recent study finds no significant association between omega-3 levels and dry eye disease (DED) symptoms and only one sign of DED.
Researchers say the variation in patterns can guide treatment decisions.
Lens densitometry values significantly higher in children with atopic dermatitis.
A study in Brazil has found high morbidity and benefits of early treatment in patients with congenital toxoplasmosis.
AC- ICRS shows significant improvement in keratoconus parameters in retrospective study.
Researchers queried pediatric patients about some of the reasons they stop wearing prescribed lenses.
A study examined glaucoma-related risks in children who had undergone congenital cataract surgery as infants.
Researchers compare the double Maddox rod to other methods of cyclodeviation measurement.
Researchers say they’ve identified biomarkers that can be applied to artificial intelligence.
A study measured reliability of several known subjective dry eye tests within the pediatric population .
Comparison of home visual-field testing and in-office Humphrey analyzer shows patient compliance.
A study shows SD-OCT is appropriate in most cases.
Researchers found a connection between scleral lenses and central corneal thickness changes in ocular surface disease patients.
Using the model, researchers evaluate how PVD affects people differently.
Research shows the disease’s pathophysiology and potential lifestyle mitigation factors.
A recent study shows that aflibercept is effective in reducing retinal leakage and initially more effective when administered monthly vs quarterly.
Researchers identify a connection between air pollution levels and retinal changes.
Researchers identify that optic nerve head thickness is correlated with changes to intracranial pressure which, in turn, suggests that intracranial pressure can be monitored using OCT.
While the research shows ACIOLs associated with graft failure, IOL exchange was not.
Researchers found a connection between keratoconus and low vitamin D levels.
Investigators have shown that serum 25-hydroxy vitamin D levels are significantly lower in patients in both progressive and non-progressive keratoconus.
Researchers suggest corneal hysteresis may be predictive of glaucomatous vision loss.
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