A study suggests reading speed could be more indicative of retinal function than best-corrected visual acuity.
Patients with diabetes had an increased dementia risk if they also had diabetic retinopathy, compared with those without it.
Age-related macular degeneration (AMD), diabetes-related eye disease (DRED), and cataract are associated with an increased risk for incident dementia.
The noninvasive imaging technology provides qualitative and quantitative data, a study shows.
Researchers identify associations between geographic atrophy growth rate and diuretic or cholesterol-lowering medications.
Even when eyes had overlapping retinal pathologies, the technology performed highly.
The finding was seen in patients with pre-eclampsia and malignant hypertension.
A large study shows that years after surgery, the lenses did not lead to differences in macular disease rates.
The finding occurs more commonly with age, and is sometimes present without other disease indications.
In a 10-year follow-up of AREDS 2 participants, symptoms of CBS were associated with late AMD and cataract surgery, but normal cognition.
Anti-VEGF treatments delivered in the office or in the operating room had equal rates of the complication, an analysis shows.
Study shows BCVA gains and fluid resolution in eyes treated with the anti-VEGF agent.
The BLA submission is based on positive results across four phase 3 studies in wet AMD and DME.
Short foveal fluorescence lifetimes are associated with foveal sparing, suggesting an earlier stage of disease.
The technology can provide clinically useful measures of retinal diseases that would otherwise be difficult or not feasible to obtain.
Research shows that greater treatment frequency is associated with stronger visual acuity gains.
The study also suggests that patient-worn face masks do little to reduce the risk.
The study quantifies differences between the instrument and a dual blade speculum.
Researchers identified changes on OCT imaging associated with disease progression.
The investigation found no correlations between the blue light-filtering devices and wet AMD.