The at-home test measures the response of the macula regarding recovery time after photostress.
Research shows a device can help patients seek early treatment and maintain visual acuity.
A real-world study shows vision worsens for both patients with PCV and those with neovascular age-related macular degeneration, but that PCV does less visual damage.
An implantable drug delivery device is not associated with higher risk of the complication, an investigation shows.
Analysis of CATT data reveals more patients who took thiazolidinediones developed intraretinal fluid, but subretinal fluid thickness improved.
Vision loss is still likely within 5 years for patients with advanced retinal disorders, a study shows.
Patients with higher levels of polyunsaturated fatty acids may have greater protection against macular degeneration, a report shows.
Caffeine consumption may play a protective role against several eye diseases, according to data published in the research.
Patients with subretinal fibrosis have significantly lower best-corrected visual acuity compared with nAMD patients without the condition, a study shows.
The study also found an association between the anti-VEGF drug and retinal occlusive vasculitis.
A tablet may help treatment-naïve patients regain lost visual acuity in 6 weeks, according to a report.
An at-home imaging device can characterize retinal fluid dynamics at levels comparable with expert-graded, in-office scans, a study shows.
Patients who underwent the vitrectomy-related procedure had visual outcomes inferior to those who received anti-VEGF injections alone, a report shows.
Researchers say a social distancing measure may have permanent applications.
Investigators say their findings suggest that high HbA1c may accelerate the development of AMD.
The regimen also demonstrated no effect on visual acuity at 24 months.
The increase is proportional to increases in central foveal thickness and outer nuclear layer thickness.
The intraocular injections may not reduce intraocular pressures, according to a study.
Allen Ho, MD, Mehul Patel, MD, and others, explain how ophthalmologists can protect ocular health by influencing patients’ lifestyles.
Investigators say the relationship is not necessarily casual and that eyes that receive more injections may have more aggressive disease.