Researchers evaluated data from a healthcare database of Taiwanese residents and found a higher mortality risk in patients in the anti-VEGF group.
Researchers explain spectral-domain OCT findings for these patients and the impact of anti-VEGF therapy.
Researchers created a list of 7 core indicators to monitor eye health following the World Health Organization’s call for an updated approach in the World Report on Vision.
Researchers evaluate hypotheses about drusen biogenesis.
The research relied on optical coherence tomography parameters as well as functional testing.
Thyroid disease prevention strategies may help stave off AMD.
The case reviews a 70-year-old man’s experience after 2 different anti-VEGF treatments.
Researchers catalog factors associated with progression at earlier ages.
An investigation demonstrates the safety and efficacy of a biodegradable intravitreal implant in treating geographic atrophy secondary to AMD.
Colleen P. Halfpenny, MD, (Wills Eye) Tania Tai, MD, (New York Eye and Ear) and Vaidehi Dedania, MD, (NYU) all weigh in on how the prospect of rho-kinase inhibitors are primed to change pharmaceutical eye care from the retina to the cornea.
A literature review shows how dry AMD impacts patients’ ability to function in everyday life.
Study finds visual improvement in patients with neovascular AMD, regardless of the presence of polypoidal choroidal vasculopathy.
A study shows a significantly lower rate of glaucoma identified in patients with exudative compared to non-exudative AMD.
High systemic total cholesterol in early middle age may play a role in initial development of AMD.
Researchers also considered the role of fundus autofluorescence patterns surrounding GA, as well as the condition of the fellow eye and systemic diseases.
Research shows a relationship between dose frequency and visual acuity change in patients with age-related macular degeneration.
Investigators are creating software that can tell inherited disease from geographic atrophy on fundus autofluorescence images.
With new technologies and techniques, research is offering new ways to revive vision loss from retinal damage and disease.
February is AMD and Low Vision Awareness Month. There are several modifications patients can make to their lifestyles that may help reduce their risk of AMD.
Researchers point to a higher risk of developing dementia and cognitive impairment in patients with visual impairments.