Investigators say the study lends credence to the neurodegenerative theory of diabetes-induced changes in the retina.
Investigators show 2 ways in which teprotumumab can reduce inflammation for patients with thyroid eye disease.
Researchers show changes to layers of the retina that could indicate the early stages of either type 2 diabetes or gestational diabetes.
Even modest depression, anxiety, and catastrophizing are predictors of whether a patient later experiences improvements in pain relief following joint replacement surgery.
Despite previous suspicions, oral contraceptives and hormone therapies are not linked to risk.
Study authors assessed the incidence, time-trends, and outcomes of serious infections in Sjögren syndrome.
A recent study shows that aflibercept is effective in reducing retinal leakage and initially more effective when administered monthly vs quarterly.
Patients with prior retinopathy are often watched closely when starting flash monitoring, but a new study finds drop in HbA1c is not risky for eye disease progression.
Investigators show how retinal biomarkers as imaged using optical coherence tomography is associated with early-onset familial Alzheimer disease.
Researchers used OCT-A imaging to reveal changes to the microvasculature of patients with and without retinopathy who smoke.
The study also shows younger and female patients are more likely to report complications.
Researchers combed through records to establish an elevated prevalence of 5 particular ophthalmologic diagnoses in children on the autism spectrum.
Researchers say patients with moderate to severe obstructive sleep apnea have significantly thinner median average retinal nerve fiber layers than patients without it.
Retinal layers may show early signs of the neurodegenerative condition.
Young adults are less likely to attend screenings for diabetic retinopathy, putting them at risk of becoming visually impaired.
The effectiveness of oral oxybutynin in hyperhidrosis, besides its tolerance and safety, was evaluated in a real-life study.
Fluctuating bilateral ptosis, binocular diplopia, and fatigue without pupillaryabnormalities raise the clinical index of suspicion for myasthenia gravis.
Researchers found a connection between keratoconus and low vitamin D levels.
Researchers show how the risks of the disease and the procedure meant to address it affect different age groups.
Imaging of predominantly peripheral lesions helps predict severity for patients with diabetic retinopathy.