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.
Researchers examined data from endophthalmitis cases that occurred following cataract surgeries at Kaiser Permanente Northern California.
The case reviews a 70-year-old man’s experience after 2 different anti-VEGF treatments.
Researchers say late presentation causes are primarily “nonfinancial”.
Research shows few complications and reduced intraocular pressures inpatients with refractory glaucoma after 3 years.
Researchers report on structural changes following traditional phacoemulsification and femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery for these patients.
The study reviewed data of patients who underwent one of 2 interventions.
Age, sex impact changes to pupil size following cataract extraction.
Patients can likely be managed using the same techniques.
Study offers option for those with residual refractive error after primary PRK.
Researchers show the application of preoperative meibography.
Current single corneal topography or tomography devices can produce false-negative results, possibly keeping patients from being cleared for surgery.
Researchers compared records of patients who underwent low-energy SMILE, high-energy SMILE and FS-LASIK.
Researchers found that, even though advanced age and patient sex are not factors for response, some groups receive fewer laser treatments for glaucoma.
Investigators used “real world” data to assess the rate of Nd:YAG capsulotomies and expressed concern about the potential for unnecessary risk.
Laser photocoagulation and anti-VEGF intravitreal injections can be considered to treat retinopathy of prematurity.