Even with no ocular surface symptoms, smaller goblet cells and epithelial metaplasia can present in COVID-19 patients.
Patients with lipid-deficient dry eye exhibited less contrast in meibography images, but not necessarily more atrophy.
In a large trial, overminus therapy enhanced intermittent exotropia control but deepened the risk of myopic change, including >1.0 D.
After dilation, phentolamine mesylate ophthalmic solution returned pupil diameter to baseline approximately 2 hours sooner than placebo.
Posterior uveal melanoma had greater risk for radiation retinopathy and papillopathy.
Twelve hours after consuming alcohol, study participants had a more uneven tear film with fewer tears.
In tests, sustained focus on a 6.1-inch smartphone screen caused more accommodative loss than a 9.7-inch tablet display.
In eyes with nonarteritic anterior ischemic optic neuropathy, imaging detected thicker and less vascular peripapillary choroid.
In a first-of-its-kind report, clinicians show successful resolution of the sight-threatening condition.