An overview of how academic ophthalmology has managed to maintain educational excellence in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Researchers compare the double Maddox rod to other methods of cyclodeviation measurement.
The NDA submission is supported by data from the phase 3 MIST-1 and MIST-2 studies.
Surgeons in Michigan are prescribing fewer postoperative drugs following procedures.
Researchers used quality of life questionnaires to evaluate the impact of both living with cyclodeviation and undergoing correctional procedures.
Investigators explored the impact patient-worn face masks have on bacterial spread during ophthalmic procedures and offered solutions to prevent contamination.
Research shows differences in peripapillary retinal nerve fiber layer thickness among healthy adults between various ethnic groups.
In new evidence-based clinical practice guidelines, recommendations are presented for the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of Lyme disease.
Avoiding aspirin before surgery might not be necessary for people undergoing upper eyelid procedures.
The study aimed to quantify both modifiable and nonmodifiable risk factors.
Patients who received oral steroids were more likely than others to experience visual acuity improvement following endophthalmitis.
Even modest depression, anxiety, and catastrophizing are predictors of whether a patient later experiences improvements in pain relief following joint replacement surgery.
Concentrating more on cataract surgery increases the chances of patients receiving fragmented care, according to study.
Research shows stark differences in myopia progression between children of Asian descent and others.
Researchers show that a patient’s distance from an eye clinic increases their odds being lost to follow-up.
Researchers looked to future developments and the cutting-edge technologies that are shaping treatment today.
Researchers identify a connection between air pollution levels and retinal changes.
Researchers analyzed the costs and frequency of emergency department visits for eye trauma from 2009 to 2014 in the U.S. using a nationwide sample.
Researchers identify that optic nerve head thickness is correlated with changes to intracranial pressure which, in turn, suggests that intracranial pressure can be monitored using OCT.
Researchers evaluate both children born without 1 eye and their parents, and consider the weight of perceptual visual dysfunctions.