Fluorescence prompted by molecular changes may come before cellular changes.
All articles by K. Patricia Bouweraerts, MA
Researchers assess the risk of vaccine-associated uveitis following COVID-19 vaccination and evaluate factors of its onset.
Researchers review techniques to keep patients with glaucoma compliant and identify successes.
Researchers say the results of a 3-year MIGS implant trial were favorable across various glaucoma subtypes and severities.
Researchers uncover an association between the median time to repair for pediatric patients with retinal detachment and their experience seeing an eye care provider.
After 2 years, investigators report that legally blind patients treated with a human-cell-free corneal transplant had vision restored.
Machine learning models can detect optic neuropathy in imaging, discern visual field loss, and now, help researchers to estimate smaller sample sizes for neuroprotective drug trials.
In 1001 cataract surgeries, postoperative topical NSAIDs led to less macular edema than a 30-day steroid insert.
Transfer-of-value perks from prostaglandin analog makers shown to raise brand name prescribing, and patient costs.
Researchers examine 5-FU and low molecular weight heparin therapies on eyes with proliferative vitreoretinopathy in patients with rhegmatogenous retinal detachment.