Researchers identify potential nonviral gene therapy to combat the disease.
Researchers queried pediatric patients about some of the reasons they stop wearing prescribed lenses.
A study examined glaucoma-related risks in children who had undergone congenital cataract surgery as infants.
Researchers used quality of life questionnaires to evaluate the impact of both living with cyclodeviation and undergoing correctional procedures.
Researchers reviewed the findings or 10 studies into the anticholinergic blocking agent’s role in reducing disease progression.
A study measured reliability of several known subjective dry eye tests within the pediatric population .
Researchers say the genetic data can help patients receive early treatments.
Researchers compared 5 years worth of follow up from patients who underwent 2 styles of corneal collagen crosslinking.
CITT-ART investigation advocates for the use of vergence/accommodative therapy in some pediatric patients.
Researchers evaluated the risk severe neurodevelopmental impairment.
Research shows stark differences in myopia progression between children of Asian descent and others.
Pediatrician and caregiver education may be essential to increase referrals of children with autism spectrum disorder to eye care practitioners.
Researchers used OCT-A to compare the vessel density in the radial peripapillary capillaries in patients with and without juvenile ocular hypertension.
Researchers combed through records to establish an elevated prevalence of 5 particular ophthalmologic diagnoses in children on the autism spectrum.
Almost all cases of abusive head trauma (AHT) in young children occur in private homes, with the usual child care arrangement in most cases by a single adult in charge of one or more children.
Health care workers providing care to children after surgery should recognize the risks of opioids, maximize use of nonopioid analgesics, and provide education for perioperative pain management and safe opioid practices.
Laser photocoagulation and anti-VEGF intravitreal injections can be considered to treat retinopathy of prematurity.
Pediatric patients can undergo LASIK for treatment of myopic anisometropia according to research presented at the AAO 2020 conference.
Researchers show the technique’s visual acuity benefits after 5 years.
Although improvements were seen after 4 weeks of treatment, the same effect was not seen at week 8, according to the study.