Cataract specialist Neda Nikpoor, MD, of Aloha Laser Vision, shares her guidelines for pairing patients with the right advanced intraocular lens for their lifestyle.
An investigation suggests patients with MacTel who use the product have more stable visual acuities than those who do not.
Researchers evaluated websites that appeared in the top 50 search results.
Researchers support identifying these masses preoperatively to ensure intact excision and avoid curettage or incisional biopsy.
Ophthalmology residents’ survey responses overwhelmingly show policies that indicated bias before and after taking parental leave.
Toxic metabolic encephalopathy occurs in 12% of hospitalized patients with COVID-19 and is associated with an increased risk for in-hospital mortality.
An estimated 37,300 to 43,000 children have lost a parent to COVID-19.
An increased risk for nonfatal drug-related poisoning is associated with benzodiazepine treatment in patients with opioid use disorder.
Diabetes mortality rates are higher in Blacks than Whites, with a mortality rate 2.21 times higher among Blacks than among Whites during 2013 to 2017.
Researchers established increased peripapillary microvascular density and flux in patients with the neurological condition.
Researchers examine papillary anatomic and circumpapillary microperimetric assessments in glaucoma testing for patients with high myopia.
Even with no ocular surface symptoms, smaller goblet cells and epithelial metaplasia can present in COVID-19 patients.
No link shown between subfoveal choroidal thickness and traditional sleep disorders.
For melanoma-prone families, reduced melanoma thickness is observed for those who receive screening for skin cancer and education about skin self-exams
Pfizer Inc. announced Wednesday that its COVID-19 vaccine is safe and remarkably effective in children as young as 12 years.
Increased levels of physical activity may have a protective effect on apolipoprotein E (APOE) ε4-related cognitive decline in early Parkinson disease.
Individuals discharged from the hospital after acute COVID-19 have an increased risk for hospital readmission and mortality.
Taking a retina-threatening level of the drugs is most commonly associated with low body weight and having obtained the prescription from a dermatologist.
Researchers evaluated data from a healthcare database of Taiwanese residents and found a higher mortality risk in patients in the anti-VEGF group.
The study found worsening disease in those with thinning in the ganglion cell layer plus inner plexiform layer plus peripapillary retinal nerve fibre layer.