Corneal specialists Thomas Steinemann, MD, of MetroHealth Medical Center and Ann P. Murchison, MD, MPH, of the Wills Eye Hospital, share tales of Halloween costume contact lens horrors bound to keep ophthalmologists up at night.
The virus also induces an antiviral innate immune response, a study shows.
Researchers say eyes with a Boston keratoprosthesis type 1 that underwent glaucoma surgery earlier had better visual outcomes.
A study shows the link between ocular surface dryness and air conditioning, pollution, watching television, and surgery.
Children with a genetic autoinflammatory disorder experienced meibomian gland loss, but little conjunctival cell change.
A subjective survey shows high patient satisfaction with the approach.
A study finds potential biomarkers for meibomian gland dysfunction diagnosis and objective grading.
Ophthalmologists should regularly measure the corneas of their patients with allergic conjunctivitis to screen for keratoconus.
Researchers reviewed the potential for diagnosis and staging with ocular thermography.
The safety and efficacy of upadacitinib vs dupilumab in adults with atopic dermatitis is assessed.
A study shows visual acuity 6 months after endophthalmitis following keratoprosthesis implantation correlates with pre-endophthalmitis acuity.
The technology can provide insight into benign and malignant findings.
Quarterly oral azithromycin doses reduce ocular disease-causing bacteria, but enlarge macrolide resistance after 1 year.
The treatment following penetrating keratoplasty for eyes with fungal keratitis resulted in reduced risk of recurrence.
Many patients developed irreversible blindness, according to the report.
An infection following the procedure may lead to poor visual results, according to a study.
Survival rates for graft and endothelial cells 10 years after DSEK are high, even for those with risk factors for graft failure.
Patients with gout displayed tear function changes in objective and subjective assessments, compared with control individuals.
Patients who used the self-administered therapy reported using fewer artificial tears.
A combination of parental consanguinity, positive family history, and eye rubbing are risks for corneal disease.