Researchers examine papillary anatomic and circumpapillary microperimetric assessments in glaucoma testing for patients with high myopia.
A study shows how access to parks and fields can limit screen time and impact visual health.
In a large trial, overminus therapy enhanced intermittent exotropia control but deepened the risk of myopic change, including >1.0 D.
A report reviews the feasibility of managing ectasia that develops after a refractive procedure using a combination of 2 techniques.
Researchers utilized 7020 fundus images to teach machines to recognize the condition.
Investigators review treatment methods across 2 groups of young patients.
Researchers reviewed compliance among patients in the See Well to Learn program.
A study shows the effects of these devices are no different than standard clear lenses.
Investigation shows differences in vessel density changes in the deep capillary plexus between glaucomatous eyes with high myopia those without.
Study offers option for those with residual refractive error after primary PRK.
Researchers used study data to investigate the effect of atropine drops for myopia control on patients of various ages.
The refractive procedure is effective, safe, and predictable for myopic astigmatism of more than 2.00 D.
Subjective surveys and objective tests assess acupuncture’s effect on dry eye after procedures such as LASIK.
Researchers identify a substantial shift in myopia progression since the pandemic forced many indoors and on screens.
Researchers compared records of patients who underwent low-energy SMILE, high-energy SMILE and FS-LASIK.
Researchers queried pediatric patients about some of the reasons they stop wearing prescribed lenses.
Researchers reviewed the findings or 10 studies into the anticholinergic blocking agent’s role in reducing disease progression.
Researchers identified outcome metrics that vary between 2 age groups.
Researchers use various measures to show differences in sleep quality for patients with and without myopia.
Research shows stark differences in myopia progression between children of Asian descent and others.