Despite Thailand’s lack of governmental oversight with respect to contact lens regulation, a majority of participants exhibited good contact lens care behaviors.
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Patients with myopia often report dissatisfaction with the need for reading glasses following cataract surgery, despite becoming emmetropic.
Using patient identification of comfortable reading size may provide better use of clinical time than a full analysis of reading speed, a study suggests.
Alleviating dry eye symptoms and increasing comfort is crucial for successful outcomes in contact lens practice.
Clinicians may find that DED is complicated by its detection through subjective clinical signs.
Clinicians should consider the necessity of multi-professional assessment and intervention in patients needing rehabilitation following COVID-19 hospitalization.
Current diagnostic devices and traditional fluorescein measurements have often produced inconsistencies in agreement with respect to BUT measurement.
SS-OCT may be a better method of obtaining crystalline lens parameters than conventional means such as MRI, Scheimpflug imaging, or ultrasound biomicroscopy, a study suggests.
Clinician referral rates for individuals needing low vision services often fall short of national guidelines, a study suggests.
Abnormalities may be present in various brain regions of children with some bilateral vision dysfunctions, according to a study.
Clinicians may utilize OCT-A as an adjunctive tool to monitor treatment response of iCNV, particularly in cases of borderline OCT findings, according to a study.
Patients who develop CSC at an older age are particularly susceptible to developing the macular condition, according to a report.
Clinicians may consider referring patients to the appropriate specialists when IOP pulsation indicates suspicion of carotid-cavernous fistula, a study suggests.
Clinicians may consider using the water-drinking test as an additional tool to evaluate patients with glaucoma, a study suggests.
Clinicians may consider discussing nutritional supplementation with patients at risk for developing diabetic retinopathy, a study suggests.
Identifying clinical factors associated with locational differences may help prevent further glaucoma damage by predicting the site of structural progression in glaucoma, a study suggests.
Clinicians can obtain structural and functional measurements in tandem using a deep learning model, as opposed to standard automated perimetry measurements which fail to account for retinal ganglion cell count and function, a study suggests.
Clinicians should consider making an attempt to identify glaucoma treatment options that maintain vision and minimize health care expenditures.
Proper cleaning, disinfection, and handling techniques can minimize exposure to sight-threatening microbes, according to a study.
A case report shows an effective approach to treating amblyopia in a patient with ocular abnormalities associated with the genetic disorder.
A single measure of accommodation in patients with amblyopia may not suffice.
Investigators review a grading system for evaluating corneal parameters after corneal crosslinking, depending on the cone location.
Investigators conducted 2 preclinical studies to evaluate the pharmacokinetics and pharmacological effects of a potential presbyopia treatment.
The model could help reduce the number of patients referred to ophthalmology, researchers suggest.
The risk accelerated at around -6.00 D, and further accelerated at -8 D, according to a study.
Patients with an esophoric fixation disparity on the near Mallett unit are likely to benefit from near additions, according to a report.
Primarily, age and spherical equivalent can provide valuable information.
Retinal fiber layer thickness assessments can help clinicians detect glaucoma progression more precisely than visual field parameters, according to a study.
Researchers develop and validate a digital reading test.
Risk factors for metabolic syndrome are associated with dry eye, but not specifically with disease stemming from meibomian gland dysfunction.
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