Researchers review the long-term safety, efficacy, and stability of foldable iris-fixated phakic intraocular lens (pIOL) implants to correct moderate to high myopia
A new study evaluates the precise magnitude of IOP reduction following cataract surgery across glaucoma subtypes.
Researchers show the results of a 6-year study into 2 approaches to treating patients with high myopia.
Research shows patients with shallow anterior chambers have reduced postoperative endothelial cell loss and corneal inflammation following FLACS, compared with conventional phacoemulsification
A surgical team evaluates outcomes and lessons from 7 years worth of iris implants for aniridia patients.
Researchers examined the changes in intraocular pressure and central corneal thickness in pediatric patients over the 2-year period following surgery for congenital cataracts.
Research into cataract surgery patients with a dementia diagnosis show that, while they may require a more complex procedure, they do not see more complications.
Researchers sought to evaluate IOL calculation methods for patients with keratoectatic disorders and found a hybrid approach may be ideal.
A study shows a significant improvement in the visual acuity and intraocular lens alignment for patients who received femtosecond laser-assisted capsulotomy markings vs. those who received slit lamp-assisted manual markings.
Research identified many similarities in safety and efficacy of laser and conventional cataract surgeries.
The current COVID-19 pandemic requires rethinking some procedural protocols in ophthalmology practice.
Intracameral moxifloxacin can reduce acute postoperative endophthalmitis in patients who undergo trabeculectomy alone or combined with cataract surgery, a study shows.