Classes of oral antibiotics, corticosteroids, carbonic anhydrase inhibitors, and antivirals add vital options for treatment.
All articles by K. Patricia Bouweraerts, MA
Younger age presents a greater risk factor for myopia progression than baseline spherical equivalent, according to investigators.
The reproxalap treatment may potentially address real-world clinical challenges for patients with allergic conjunctivitis.
Researchers suspect psychiatric distress caused by the pandemic is a factor in deteriorating accommodation in emerging presbyopia.
Peripheral blood mononuclear cell samples outperform serum and whole blood samples as a method of PCR extraction, a study shows.
RGP contacts with base-down prism corrected higher-order aberrations more than standard RGPs in keratoconic patients, a study shows.
Research points to unwarranted variation in optometric referral decision-making.
Scleral lenses can improve corrected distance acuity for those with limbal stem cell deficiency, but may compress the limbus.
New silicone hydrogels for astigmatism have integrated water surface technology and UV protection for physically active wearers.
AAO investigation explores whether pupil constriction from prior red flickering light affects melanopsin activation from blue light.