Clinicians may wish to set realistic expectations for patients using antibody-drug conjugates by educating them on the drug’s effects on vision.
All articles by Jessica Nye, PhD
Researchers conducted a study to assess the effectiveness of mRNA-based vaccines for protection against SARS-CoV-2 infection among health care workers.
Clinicians recommend famciclovir in cases of antiviral resistant herpes simplex keratitis.
A study shows that patients who lost weight after undergoing the procedure had an improved corneal sensitivity threshold.
The study demonstrates decreasing foveal thickness in patients with early diabetes and prediabetes.
Researcher presented at the AAO shows a high level of antibiotic resistance across the US among ocular isolates from infected eyes.
Atropine 1% and NSAIDs twice a day for 3 days prior to the operation kept more irises intact, a report shows.
Standardizing these criteria may aid in both clinical research and to supplement subjective clinical assessments.
Systemic immunosuppression also elevated the risk, researchers found.
Treatments with the technique are both safe and effective when used as an adjunct to medication, the study shows.