Researchers examine papillary anatomic and circumpapillary microperimetric assessments in glaucoma testing for patients with high myopia.
Primary needling at the time of glaucoma microstent insertion is associated with a significant reduction in postoperative needling and clinical visits.
Investigators say much of what is published should not be used to develop or alter clinical practice guidelines for patients with glaucoma.
A study shows a number of comorbidities commonly associated with poor health outcomes appear to be protective against dementia and Alzheimer disease.
The technology uses soundwaves to establish a reading.
Research shows the automated process is as effective as in-person sessions.
Those with suboptimal compliance due to poor tolerability reportedly had an easier time with this option.
Researchers say nonpigmented ciliary epithelium extracellular vesicles can be used to control collagen type I fibrillogenesis in trabecular meshwork cells.
Researchers investigate whether a deep learning model’s predictions of RNFL thickness can detect progressive glaucomatous changes over time.
Patients wore implanted telemetry sensors that recorded their pressures.
A study shows that the IOP-lowering implants may be underused for some patients.
Colleen P. Halfpenny, MD, (Wills Eye) Tania Tai, MD, (New York Eye and Ear) and Vaidehi Dedania, MD, (NYU) all weigh in on how the prospect of rho-kinase inhibitors are primed to change pharmaceutical eye care from the retina to the cornea.
While the low-cost, portable devices are increasingly being used in disease screening, they do not provide the best assessment of vertical cup-to-disc ratio.
Glaucoma specialists Noureen Khan, MD, of Northern Virginia Ophthalmology Associates, P.C., and Monisha Vora, MD, of Wills Eye Hospital, discuss how to spot and manage MIGS complications, and how to avoid them in the first place.
People with glaucoma and preserved central vision still had more difficulty reading than similarly aged controls.
Researchers review recent progress in the development of novel biomarkers for glaucoma.
In a controlled crossover study, researchers found that there was an incremental rise in IOP during a 30-minute cycling exercise while participants wore an ETM.
Study asks if patients with POAG prefer computer visuals at the low or medium levels.
A study shows how a noncontact tonometry option temporarily changes IOP.
Investigation shows differences in vessel density changes in the deep capillary plexus between glaucomatous eyes with high myopia those without.