Researchers identify phacoemulsification as the primary step when Descemet membrane detachments occur.
Lens thickness measurement is essential in finding effective lens position when using a newer generation IOL calculation formula.
Researchers review 2-months of use to show the potential benefits of re-esterified triglyceride omega-3 fatty acid supplementation.
Researchers compared the percentage of apoptotic cells of patients who underwent cataract surgery with and without first drinking coffee.
The study aimed to quantify both modifiable and nonmodifiable risk factors.
Concentrating more on cataract surgery increases the chances of patients receiving fragmented care, according to study.
Investigators used “real world” data to assess the rate of Nd:YAG capsulotomies and expressed concern about the potential for unnecessary risk.
Researchers note a higher rate of posterior capsule rupture and dropped lens fragments in some patients.
Patients who undergo cataract surgery may prefer a dropless medication regimen to treat postoperative pain, inflammation, and infection.
The study is helping to explain the common issues driving explantation.
Investigators show a sustained reduction superior to that of phacoemulsification alone.
While the research shows ACIOLs associated with graft failure, IOL exchange was not.
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.