An SS-OCT metric could foretell the development of referable eye disease, a report shows.
Enhanced depth imaging of swept-source OCT facilitates examination of widefield choroidal thickness in eyes with central serous chorioretinopathy.
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.
OCT and OCT-A may have the potential to be used as screening tools to identify asymptomatic, cognitively intact individuals at risk for developing Alzheimer’s Disease.
Clinicians may be able to offer a better visual prognosis for patients with type 3 macular neovascularization who receive anti-VEGF injections, a study suggests.
Ocular events from Hodgkin lymphoma may include infiltrative, inflammatory, paraneoplastic, and toxic reactions.
With limited access to PDT, researchers believe the micropulse laser provides equivalent treatments.
Researchers offer clarity for early intervention in choroideremia with this largest meta-analysis to date.
CSCR experts advise clinicians to use multimodal imaging fully, scrutinize retinal periphery, inspect the contralateral eye, and quantify prior damage.
The finding in the retinal pigment epithelium appears as hypofluorescence visible only on late-phase indocyanine green angiography, investigators report.
In pediatric patients with Celiac disease, research shows a nonsignificant increase in foveal avascular zone and decrease in subfoveal choroidal thickness.
Study: scleral thickening is not as great in eyes with steroid-linked central serous chorioretinopathy than in those with idiopathic disease.
Andrew Lee, MD, of Weill Cornell Medical College, Julie Rosenthal, MD, of the University of Michigan Kellogg Eye Center, review special considerations and recent research on retinal care during pregnancy.
The increase is proportional to increases in central foveal thickness and outer nuclear layer thickness.
Nightly LBNP may be an effective countermeasure against early markers of ocular remodeling associated with space-associated neuro-ocular syndrome.
Ellipsoid zone evaluation is useful for predicting the long-term visual prognosis of patients with retinitis pigmentosa after cataract surgery, according to a study.
The choroid appears to be abnormal throughout the macula in the eyes of patients with proliferative diabetic retinopathy.
Three weekly doses of intravitreal AU-011 led to a significant reduction of tumor growth after a year of treatment.
In a 52-week phase III trial, biosimilar SB11 proved on par with ranibizumab, researchers say.
In nonvitrectomized eyes, choriocapillaris blood flow improves with intravitreal anti-VEGF injections for patients with DME.