Pediatric ophthalmologists Lauren Hennein, MD, Julius Oatts, MD, and Jamie B. Rosenberg, MD, reveal their patient education secrets on the back of new research.
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Researchers examined the efficacy of using axial length estimates obtained from keratometry and refractive measurements to correct optical coherence tomography magnification errors.
Researchers evaluated retinal vessel density and perfusion density in patients with migraine.
Researchers examined the correlation between retinal nerve fiber bundle reflectance defects and circumpapillary retinal nerve fiber layer thickness and visual field defects in en face OCT.
Researchers compared the failure rates in patients undergoing trabeculectomy versus tube shunt surgery for glaucoma and monitored medication use 5 years following treatment.
Researchers examine the prevalence of fibrosis and macular atrophy in eyes with myopic macular neovascularization treated with anti-vascular endothelial growth factor to mitigate the risk of sight-threatening outcomes.
Superficial and deep capillary plexus retinal flow density was not significantly different between images observed at each interscan time.
Investigators established an association between acute ocular chemical burn grade and limbal stem-cell deficiency.
Researchers sought to determine whether in-utero exposure to COVID-19 is associated with a greater risk for neurodevelopmental disorder at year 1.
Spikes in intraocular pressure and eyes without hyphema presented a higher risk of failure in eyes receiving gonioscopy-assisted transluminal trabeculotomy.