Researchers evaluated Landolt ring near vision chart sizing accuracy and print quality to determine their suitability for calibrating reading charts.
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Researchers estimated the number of OCT scans needed to detect moderate and rapid rates of retinal nerve fiber layer thinning at different accuracy levels.
Researchers examined postoperative optic nerve head and macular structural changes in infants and children with glaucoma.
Researchers evaluated retinal vessel density and perfusion density in patients with migraine.
Researchers examined the efficacy of using axial length estimates obtained from keratometry and refractive measurements to correct optical coherence tomography magnification errors.
Researchers identified the prevalence of amblyopia among a cohort of South Ethiopian children and noted the most common causes.
Researchers compared peripapillary OCTA segmentation between eyes with acute nonarteritic anterior ischemic optic neuropathy and control eyes.
A team investigated epidemiological features, laboratory findings, and treatment outcomes of patients with fungal keratitis.
Researchers assessed long-term visual decline, macular thinning, retinal nerve fiber layer thinning and outer plexiform lamination in children with Wolfram syndrome.
Researchers investigated clinical characteristics associated with peripheral exudative hemorrhagic chorioretinopathy to assist clinicians in making a correct differential diagnosis and avoid unnecessary treatments.
Researchers examined the correlation between retinal nerve fiber bundle reflectance defects and circumpapillary retinal nerve fiber layer thickness and visual field defects in en face OCT.
Researchers compared the failure rates in patients undergoing trabeculectomy versus tube shunt surgery for glaucoma and monitored medication use 5 years following treatment.
Researchers conduct a secondary analysis of the Infant Aphakia Treatment Study to determine strabismus rates 10 years after monocular cataract surgery.
Patients who used the self-administered therapy reported using fewer artificial tears.
Researchers sought to determine whether in-utero exposure to COVID-19 is associated with a greater risk for neurodevelopmental disorder at year 1.
Investigators retroscopically examine trends in individuals presenting to emergency departments for contact lens-related care to identify opportunities to improve education and prevent complications.
Researchers conduct a review of patients with peripheral ulcerative keratitis to determine presenting characteristics and determine response to treatment.
Researchers compare corneal thickness parameters between patients with diabetes and control individuals to assess their role as biomarkers for the early diagnosis of diabetic retinopathy.
Researchers survey clinicians to understand the challenges they face in prescribing or withholding antibiotic treatments for acute pediatric infectious conjunctivitis and call attention to a lack of nationalized standards.
Researchers examine the prevalence of fibrosis and macular atrophy in eyes with myopic macular neovascularization treated with anti-vascular endothelial growth factor to mitigate the risk of sight-threatening outcomes.
Less than 10% of the correlation between corneal tilt and densitometry operates directly, according to simple mediation analyses.
Preexisting binocular vision anomalies are the best predictors of postoperative non-strabismic binocular vision anomalies following bilateral cataract surgery.
Superficial and deep capillary plexus retinal flow density was not significantly different between images observed at each interscan time.
Investigators established an association between acute ocular chemical burn grade and limbal stem-cell deficiency.
Women who underwent menopause earlier had a higher risk of open-angle glaucoma compared with those who underwent menopause later.
The presence of reticular pseudodrusen was associated with a more rapid relative ellipsoid zone reflectivity decrease than drusen or pigmentary abnormality.
Glaucoma specialists increased agreement in determining clinical referability when given access to the optical coherence tomography specialists’ reports.
Despite the subjective reporting of comfort among participants with multifocal contact lenses, researchers could not objectively substantiate their perceptions with electromyography.
Crystalline lens changes may not exclusively be responsible for presbyopia development, the study suggests.