The combination of 5 visual analogue scales offers accurate assessment of dry eye disease burden.
A study of 3 groups evaluated potential demographic factors using a variety of tests.
Researchers investigate the use of a customized corneal crosslinking approach that employs a transepithelial approach with supplemental oxygen to treat of progressive keratoconus.
Researchers evaluated patients with different lid types using meibography.
Researchers aimed to characterize the clinical features and outcomes of chronic cicatrizing conjunctivitis associated with Sjögren syndrome.
Some patients fitted with these devices may require particular clinical guidance.
A study shows 2 variables to identify clinically unaffected highly asymmetric keratoconus eyes.
A study measured reliability of several known subjective dry eye tests within the pediatric population .
Researchers compared 5 years worth of follow up from patients who underwent 2 styles of corneal collagen crosslinking.
While reading on an OLED screen can irritate the eye’s surface, reading on an eINK screen can minimize discomfort.
A study of the Australian population shows high rates of keratoconus and advocates for reforms of the screening protocol.
Patients without comorbidities did not develop hyperosmolarity following surgery, a report shows.
Researchers review 2-months of use to show the potential benefits of re-esterified triglyceride omega-3 fatty acid supplementation.
Researchers found a connection between scleral lenses and central corneal thickness changes in ocular surface disease patients.
After 3 similar endophthalmitis cases in only 2 months, investigators suspect a link to the coronavirus.
Researchers show the likelihood for patients to develop keratoconus if another member of their immediate family has the corneal condition.
Study authors assessed the incidence, time-trends, and outcomes of serious infections in Sjögren syndrome.
Study authors analyzed the importance of the type of blink and how it affected the tear-film breakup time.
A 6-year study shows the technique, which is both safe and effective, can treat corneal ectasia.
Low serum vitamin A levels may impact dry eye symptoms in these patients.