No link shown between subfoveal choroidal thickness and traditional sleep disorders.
Even without visual symptoms, these patients were likely to have findings.
Researchers explain spectral-domain OCT findings for these patients and the impact of anti-VEGF therapy.
Researchers analyze differences in healthy eyes using wide-field swept-source optical coherence tomography.
Researchers utilized 7020 fundus images to teach machines to recognize the condition.
In a secondary analysis of data from the EVICT study, conditions such as chorioretinal scarring, retinal detachment, and other posterior pathology were present in 19.2% of EVD survivors.
In a case study series, researchers catalog various presentations of ocular syphilis.
In eyes with nonarteritic anterior ischemic optic neuropathy, imaging detected thicker and less vascular peripapillary choroid.
Study shows the structural mechanism behind functional changes.
Researchers report on structural changes following traditional phacoemulsification and femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery for these patients.
Study finds visual improvement in patients with neovascular AMD, regardless of the presence of polypoidal choroidal vasculopathy.
Investigators are creating software that can tell inherited disease from geographic atrophy on fundus autofluorescence images.
Research reviews primary cancer sites and clinical manifestations of choroidal metastases in Mexican population.
Researchers explain how shortwave fundus autofluorescence findings can guide follow-up.
A study shows SD-OCT is appropriate in most cases.
Researchers show changes to layers of the retina that could indicate the early stages of either type 2 diabetes or gestational diabetes.
Study shows how lesion morphology is associated with rates of recurrence.
A recent study shows new data supporting anti-VEGF therapy for patients with CSCR.
Using mouse models, researchers have offered new evidence showing that the previously held view that melanocytes migrate into a near mature choroid is no longer tenable.
Researchers used multimodal imaging to show how a difference in treatment response may reflect different immunological phenomena with independent natural history in cases of punctate inner choroidopathy.