An overview of how academic ophthalmology has managed to maintain educational excellence in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Researchers found that, even though advanced age and patient sex are not factors for response, some groups receive fewer laser treatments for glaucoma.
Additional cultures of contact lenses or cases are of value when microbes are absent from corneal scraping.
Researchers identify potential nonviral gene therapy to combat the disease.
The imaging technology accurately detects polyps, researchers establish.
Researchers queried pediatric patients about some of the reasons they stop wearing prescribed lenses.
Using animal models, researchers determine subarachnoid hemorrhage can lead to new vessel development and the reduction of ganglion cells.
These tools can provide insight into patients’ IOP profiles outside of office hours.
A study examined glaucoma-related risks in children who had undergone congenital cataract surgery as infants.
Researchers hope the scale provides a more cost-effective endpoint for the detection of therapeutic efficacy.
Study shows reductions in intraocular pressures and antiglaucoma medication use.
A small study shows efficacy in the OCT-A imaging of patients’ subfoveal choroidal thickness.
Researchers evaluated choroidal differences between patients by type of drusen.
Investigators established imaging protocols for visualization and diagnosis of subretinal fibrosis.
The combination of 5 visual analogue scales offers accurate assessment of dry eye disease burden.
Researchers compare the double Maddox rod to other methods of cyclodeviation measurement.
Researchers show differences in outcomes between patient groups following treatment.
Researchers say these characteristics can help identify the condition’s severity.
A study of 3 groups evaluated potential demographic factors using a variety of tests.
The NDA submission is supported by data from the phase 3 MIST-1 and MIST-2 studies.