Investigators report that continuous treatment is important to ensure that the benefits are not lost due to recurrent NV activity.”
Research shows a significant difference in recovery speed in patients of variou ages.
A study shows the procedure can also help manage uveitic glaucoma.
Verteporfin dosage significantly affected choroidal blood flow after photodynamic therapy procedure, a report shows.
Rolando Toyos, MD, of the Toyos Clinic in Nashville and Edward Manche, MD, of the Byers Eye Institute at Stanford University consider the status of small manual incision lenticule extraction 5 years since its approval in the US.
The study evaluated how the glaucoma treatment affects the corneal using data from a randomized, phase 3 study.
The study also explored complication rates of the laser procedure.
Patients who underwent surgery with the digital system had faster postoperative recovery times.
A study shows panretinal photocoagulation timing in diabetic retinopathy with diabetic macular edema affects the number of required injections, but yields similar outcomes.
Course offers a guided tour through the latest advances making therapies more manageable for patients.
Clinicians can launch or improve their YAG laser technique to vaporize vitreous opacities.
Arkadiy Yadgarov, MD, of Omni Eye Services of Atlanta, shows how new options in glaucoma management can help ophthalmology overcome patient noncompliance.
While glaucoma patients’ topical steroid response was threefold higher than those without glaucoma, the incidence rate overall was low.
Researchers compare IOPs of patients who underwent combined phacoemulsification-endoscopic cyclophotocoagulation and phacoemulsification alone.
A case report and accompanying photo essay shows the application of the laser treatment in a patient with orbital trauma.
Cataract specialist Neda Nikpoor, MD, of Aloha Laser Vision, shares her guidelines for pairing patients with the right advanced intraocular lens for their lifestyle.
A report shows the beneficial effect of an ultrathin conjunctival autograft in conjunction with the procedure.
Although the technology reduced effective phacoemulsification in medium denisty cataracts, it only equaled manual methods in very soft or very hard cataracts.
A report reviews the feasibility of managing ectasia that develops after a refractive procedure using a combination of 2 techniques.
When 2-point intrascleral fixation, iris fixation, and sutureless techniques are not possible, the technique may help reaffix the lens.