Senile sclerotic optic discs had the fastest rate, according to the study.
Research shows a significant difference in recovery speed in patients of variou ages.
The impact was seen across 6 low-to-middle income countries.
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 finds a similar rate of students with and without eyeglasses who fail school-based vision screenings.
Researchers also provided troubleshooting advice for issues with multifocal lenses in these patients.
Study shows the refractive status can lead to disease progression for glaucoma suspects.
Researchers advocate for genetic screening of patients with risk factors.
Dietary vitamin A was not correlated with myopia or axial length, a study shows.
The study suggests SFCT thinning may be secondary to ocular elongation, researchers say.
The study noted visual acuity continued to improve throughout the follow-up for patients who underwent macular hole repair with triamcinolone acetonide for ILM visualization.
A study shows widespread presbyopia in Boston’s Health Care for the Homeless program.
Pediatric patients experience more severe ocular surface disease with increased screen time.
A state-mandated program found similar disease rates as large-scale screening programs, but had a low cost-benefit ratio.
Clinicians should consider myopia progression a red flag in juvenile patients with glaucoma.
Optometrists can manage some retinal conditions in their own offices, but others are urgent and will require a specialist referral.
A combination of pharmaceutical and technological advancements will offer new treatment modalities for various ocular conditions.
The research shows how the lenslets slow myopia progression.
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.