Even without a MIGS device, surgery-naive patients who underwent phaco-ECP can experience an IOP drop of 26%, a report suggests.
Following bilateral cataract surgery, patients who received round-edged IOLs experienced more posterior capsule opacification.
A large study shows that years after surgery, the lenses did not lead to differences in macular disease rates.
Researchers investigated the impact pseudophakic monovision has on risk of falls.
After 3 months, mean visual acuity with trifocal IOL was better than 20/25 at test distances, uncorrected and distance-corrected.
The lens offers distance, intermediate and near vision.
The technology was deemed safe for LASIK retreatment, researchers say.
Mean 1-month postoperative standard error of the manifest refraction was 0.01±0.05 D, the study says.
A retrospective case series demonstrates how most patients with post-LASIK ectasia can regain functional visual with the right management.
Initial clinical impressions of extended depth of focus IOLs are promising in post radial keratotomy patients, researchers suggest.
Investigators compare the outcomes of patients who have undergone bilateral cataract surgery and offered different monofocal options.
Patients maintained visual results following trans-epithelial photorefractive keratectomy with nontouch debridement.
Most cataract patients are unaware of monovision lens options until a surgeon provides education, a study shows.
Researchers investigate the visual performance and rotational stability of a new toric intraocular lens with modified haptic design.
A patient survey indicated a preference for the lens to the control.
The magnitude of decentration does not differ between eyes with satisfactory outcomes, and those with suboptimal outcomes, the report explains.
Researchers put a digital image-guided system for toric IOL alignment to the test.
The technique employs self-resorbable sutures in intraocular lens implantation.
The investigation found no correlations between the blue light-filtering devices and wet AMD.
John Berdahl, MD, and Lawrence Woodward, MD, present an overview of the latest technologies available in eye care.