A study suggests intraoperative aberrometry has advantages over BTK to determine IOL power in postmyopic LASIK/PRK eyes.
The pandemic safety measure led to more instances of convergence insufficiency in children, a report shows.
The investigation shows women and White patients are most likely to be affected.
A study shows the devices ability to lower IOP and their associations with the need for additional interventions.
Efficacy and safety of 3 different doses of atropine sulfate (DE-127) ophthalmic solution at slowing myopia progression.
The test requires a 1 mL sample.
A study shows the 1 year stability of a fluid-filled intraocular lens that changes power.
A study shows the effect of ab-interno canaloplasty with iTrack for patients with glaucoma.
A novel gene therapy approach may manage MT-ND4 Leber hereditary optic neuropathy.
Most side effects of thyroid eye disease therapy do not require interruption or cessation, according to an AAO report.
A study shows the effects of kinetic impact projectiles as deterrence strategies on ocular and systemic health.
Researchers analyzed data from 2014 to 2019 in 271 Arkansas school districts.
Presenters asserted a connection between glaucoma and the use of medication to reduce BP.
An AAO presentation demonstrated RGN-259 represents a potential first-line treatment for neurotrophic keratopathy.
An AAO presentation shows the potential of a glaucoma medication that may require fewer drops than timolol.
The approach was more successful in reducing intraocular pressure by at least 20% while maintaining or decreasing glaucoma medications.
Researchers noted elevated rates of lacrimal drainage obstruction and lid malposition among patients using glaucoma drops.
Complications were noted in fewer than 1% of eyes.
Researchers show visual outcomes of patients with neurofibromatosis type 1 and optic pathways gliomas.
Researchers compared the accuracy of 3 smartphone applications with the Snellen chart to assess their utility in teleophthalmology.