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.
Pediatric patients can undergo LASIK for treatment of myopic anisometropia according to research presented at the AAO 2020 conference.
Researchers say an AI device’s refraction nerely matches an optometrist’s results.
A study shows patients have a better experience during the procedure, and less frequent postoperative dry eye, with SMILE than other refractive surgeries.
Researchers detected elevated levels of pro-inflammatory cytokines in the vitreous humor of patients with very negative refractive errors.
School-aged children who sleep late are more at risk of developing myopia, according to researchers.
Researchers share data from the first randomized, double-masked, placebo-controlled trial of atropine 0.01% in mainland China.
Researchers consider if glaucomatous damage can be accurately diagnosed in patients with high myopia using OCT.
After SMILE surgery, patients experience a slower visual recovery than with LASIK, which researchers say is tied to the higher optical densities in the early postoperative period.
Researchers review the long-term safety, efficacy, and stability of foldable iris-fixated phakic intraocular lens (pIOL) implants to correct moderate to high myopia
One study shows taller people have eyes with more negative refractions, longer axial lengths, deeper anterior chambers, flatter corneas and a higher axial length-corneal radius ratio.
A study shows pain after photorefractive keratectomy was not associated with ablation depth, gender, season, or surgeon status.
Researchers show the results of a 6-year study into 2 approaches to treating patients with high myopia.
Researchers consider the factors behind the prevalence of reduced uncorrected distance visual acuity in children throughout China.
A 16-year investigation shows that those who develop myopia at ages 7 or 8 have a 50% greater risk of high myopia in adulthood, and that the risk decreases with increasing myopia age.