A report examined conjunctival and eyelid margin microbial changes in individuals with meibomian gland dysfunction.
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A report examined the efficacy of retinol palmitate for treating Stevens-Johnson Syndrome with ocular surface keratinization.
A report evaluated topographic and visual outcomes among patients with progressive keratoconus or other corneal ectasias 10 years after undergoing corneal crosslinking.
Dale Tosland, OD, and Jesús L. Barrios, OD, discuss the importance of expanding optometry’s scope of practice to improve eye care access for patients.
An investigation examined tear film and ocular surface changes in individuals with dry eye disease following video display terminal use.
A report detailed in vitro and in vivo assessment of a biodegradable hyaluronic acid insert treatment for dry eye disease.
A report examined dry symptoms in women undergoing in vitro fertilization during periods where estrogen levels were at their highest and lowest.
A probability assessment determined the likelihood of obtaining accurate dry eye disease diagnoses using individualized tests and a combination of dry eye evaluations.
A study assessed lamina cribrosa morphology, peripapillary choroidal thickness, and macular choroidal thickness in women with obesity.
A report compared the effectiveness of 5 contact lens rinsing solutions and tap water for removing cleaning debris from rigid gas permeable lenses.
A study evaluated the impact of a video designed by children with uveitis and eye care professionals for pediatric uveitis education.
Short-term ocular adverse events occasionally occur following COVID-19 vaccination, though research has yet to substantiate any long-term effects.
Researchers evaluated the repeatability of central corneal thickness measurements obtained with a novel handheld pachymeter and compared agreement with other devices.
A retrospective study examined the efficacy of netarsudil 0.02% for lowering IOP in patients with secondary glaucoma.
An in vitro assessment examined the ability of a water-free eye drop to substitute the native tear film lipid layer in patients with dry eye disease.
A report examined the ability of an ocular surface drug delivery system to improve cyclosporine A delivery for dry eye treatment.
Researchers examined the effect of a novel font on reading ability among individuals with low vision.
Researchers examined the effect of scleral lens front surface eccentricity on improving visual acuity, contrast sensitivity, and higher order aberrations in eyes with keratoconus.
A literature review examined associations between keratoconus and mental health and emotional quality of life.
A report used a computer simulation to investigate the effect of lens vault on optical quality in scleral contact lens wearers.
Researchers examined differences in evaporation flux between symptomatic and asymptomatic contact lens wearers.
Researchers examined associations between glaucoma development and modifiable lifestyle health and wellness-related choices.
Cecelia Koetting, OD, and Dennis Pardo, OD, LCSW discuss the effects of excess stress on eye-related quality of life outcomes.
Investigators examined the effect of intraocular pressure increases on macular thinning in patients with primary open-angle glaucoma.
Researchers assessed corneal endothelial structural deterioration in individuals with diabetes mellitus and individuals who chewed tobacco.
Researchers examined retinal microvascular changes in adult and pediatric patients recovering from COVID-19.
Investigators examined corneal topographic characteristics among individuals with thyroid eye disease.
Tracy Matchinski, OD, Rebecca Marinoff, OD, and Margo Siegel, LMSW, discuss optometry’s role in reducing depression risk among individuals with vision loss.
A report detailed how the COVID-19 pandemic changed ocular surface eye care practice and investigated emerging telemedicine trends.