Researchers investigated OCT biomarkers indicating progression from intermediate AMD to exudative macular neovascularization.
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Researchers investigated retinal vascular and morphological changes in children who recently recovered from COVID-19.
Researchers compared IOP measurements taken by an implanted measuring device and applanation tonometry over a 12-month period.
Researchers assessed whether repeatedly applying riboflavin during UV-A irradiation would improve corneal stiffness ex-vivo in a porcine population.
Researchers investigate the role of homonymous visual field loss on motor vehicle accidents through a simulated driving test.
Researchers review the visual benefits of implantable intraocular lenses miniature telescopes for patients with age-related macular degeneration.
Clinicians have resources available to them to assist in identifying ocular surface biomarkers, but a need exists for a universal standard.
Although neovascularization appears to protect against the progression of macular atrophy, it is unclear whether this protection persists in the long term.
Deep sequencing may provide diagnostic and therapeutic targets to identify progressive POAG and provide early intervention.
Clinicians may be able to offer a better visual prognosis for patients with type 3 macular neovascularization who receive anti-VEGF injections, a study suggests.
While adults often experience decreased vessel density and a reduction in parameters of OCT-A following SARS-CoV-2 infection, researchers observe an increase in such variables in children.
Early overcorrection is a more powerful indicator of better outcome than postinjection duction deficit.