Even without a MIGS device, surgery-naive patients who underwent phaco-ECP can experience an IOP drop of 26%, a report suggests.
Michael X. Repka, MD, of Wilmer Eye Institute, reviews the updated consensus statement regarding management of retinopathy of prematurity detailed in the 3rd edition of the International Classification of Retinopathy of Prematurity.
Experts say anxiety-reduction involves individualization, approachability, and partnership.
Researchers investigated the impact pseudophakic monovision has on risk of falls.
Three decades of data show support for a combined trabeculotomy-trabeculectomy approach.
Researchers developed a prediction equation for the width of the angle after undergoing the procedure.
Other factors, such as heritage and diagnosis status, were more predictive of the need for an invasive procedure.
Study shows the procedure, with or without amniotic membrane transplantation, can effectively treat approximately two-thirds of the cases.
Most who receive nonpenetrating deep sclerectomy will require the laser procedure eventually.
Researchers used wireless systems to conduct remote treatments.
The FLACSg fragmentation pattern significantly lowered mean endothelial cell count loss for these patients.
The treatment resolved anterior chamber nodules in most patients, and the response was maintained throughout the follow-up period, a report shows.
Patients maintained visual results following trans-epithelial photorefractive keratectomy with nontouch debridement.
Cataract extraction combined with excisional goniotomy or MIGS devices led to reductions in intraocular pressure and medication burden in glaucoma.
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.