After a rash of contaminated eye drops, experts discuss the optometrist’s role in keeping patients in strong ocular health.
All articles by Naveed Saleh, MD, MS
Researchers examined visual acuity and central subfield thickness changes in patients with central retinal vein occlusion treated with anti-vascular endothelial growth factor drugs.
Investigators examined associations between infantile esotropia and several perinatal risk factors.
A research team compared corneal and lens densitometry values between children with nephrotic syndrome and control individuals.
Researchers conducted a keyword search to determine patients’ reasons for frequenting low vision clinics.
Investigators determined neural coordinates for 4 convergence subtypes using functional magnetic resonance imaging.
Researchers evaluated improvements in near point of convergence and positive fusional vergence in children spanning 16 weeks of vergence-accommodative therapy.
Investigators compared subretinal fluid thickness levels in patients with non-neovascular AMD who received anti-VEGF treatments and patients with non-neovascular AMD who did not receive them.
Researchers compared contact lens dewetting behaviors among different lens materials and different solutions.
Researchers compared fixational behaviors between patients with AMD, age-matched control individuals, and young adults.
Researchers used OCT to measure vitreous cell density and haze and objectively graded posterior segment inflammation.
Researchers assessed photosensitivity severity in patients with albinism and observed correlations with their choice of optical filters.
Investigators compared retinal microvasculature in patients with euthymic bipolar disorder with control individuals.
Researchers investigated the association between axial length and choriocapillaris flow density percent in patients with non pathological high myopia.
Researchers examined the effects of placebo and nocebo treatments on accommodative and stereoacuity measurements.
A team investigated changes in blood supply and structure surrounding the optic nerve head in patients with thyroid-associated ophthalmopathy and suspected dysthyroid optic neuropathy.
Researchers compared inner-retinal thickness parameters among individuals with hydroxychloroquine retinopathy and those who did not have the condition.
Researchers investigated the role of vessel parameters in identifying normal tension glaucoma suspects at risk of progressing to full normal tension glaucoma status.
Researchers assessed the correlation between primary open-angle glaucoma risk and mean spherical equivalent refraction.
Researchers compared choriocapillaris flow deficits between individuals treated with pentosan polysulfate sodium and control group participants.
Researchers examined saccade direction and frequency in individuals with macular degeneration and compared them with saccadic behaviors of control individuals.
Researchers compare visual and macular structural and functional outcomes in patients who skipped anti-vascular endothelial growth factor treatments during the pandemic and those who maintained these regimens.
Researchers investigate the incidence of cerebrovascular accidents in patients with herpes zoster ophthalmicus and assess its association with prompt antiviral therapy.
Clinicians may be able to use tear cytokine concentrations to determine clinical strategies.
Investigators did not observe cystoid macular edema or vitreous hemorrhage in the cohort, which often occurs in patients with other forms of intermediate uveitis.
Tight bonds between intraocular lenses and the posterior capsule may decrease cell infiltration leading to a decreased incidence of posterior capsule opacification.
The oculomotor assessment tool can be used in clinical practice to assess accommodative amplitude, near point of convergence, vergence facility and saccadic eye movements.
Researchers encourage clinicians not to use swept-source optical coherence tomography and Scheimpflug imaging interchangeably in the diagnostic process due to wide levels of agreement between the devices.
Individuals older than 50 years with retinal vein occlusion have a higher prevalence of diabetes mellitus, dyslipidemia, and hypertension compared with younger patients.
Treating retinal disease generated a substantial portion of the total revenue, the study shows.
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