Investigators compared the efficacy of antibiotics vs antiseptics for limiting infectious keratitis following corneal foreign body removal.
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Investigators measured superficial and deep macular vessel densities before and after undergoing COVID-19 vaccination.
Investigators evaluated relative peripheral refractive changes in children with myopia treated with single vision lenses who switched to treatment with defocus incorporated multiple segments.
Researchers assess the efficacy of a topical cyclosporine emulsion drop for improving corneal damage without creating serious adverse effects.
Investigators compared ocular findings and refractive errors among children with mental disorders and individuals without mental disorders.
Richard Madonna, OD, Jeff Miller, OD, and Elyse McGlumphy, MD, identify some of the advantages and challenges associated with telemedical glaucoma management.
Researchers examined the incidence of ocular hypertension, macular edema, and retinal detachment following YAG capsulotomy.
Researchers examined associations between childhood opportunity index score and visual acuity in pediatric patients with amblyopia.
A mobile vision screening program identified amblyopia risk factors and unmet refractive correction needs in preschool aged children.
Researchers used OCT imaging to examine choroidal thickness profiles in children with myopia.
Investigators used geographic information system mapping to show the effect travel distance has on visual outcomes of pediatric glaucoma.
Researchers compared visual acuities and subjective vision and comfort perceptions among patients with myopic astigmatism treated with both orthokeratology and soft multifocal contact lenses.
Researchers examined visual impairment prevalence and identified barriers to care among women living in homeless shelters.
Researchers compared medical and surgical outcomes of patients undergoing treatment for conjunctival papilloma.
Researchers evaluated visual function changes after adding progressive additional lenses to a myopia control regimen consisting of atropine drops.
Researchers monitored intraocular pressure increases following intravitreal injections with ranibizumab, bevacizumab and aflibercept.
Researchers assess reflective ability improvements in optometry students after participation in an online patient care course.
Researchers developed a transparent coating that can sustain antifogging ability during temperature changes and while wearing a face mask.
Clinicians participated in a Delphi study to determine best practices for providing pre- and post-refractive management and driving advice for patients undergoing cataract surgery.
Investigators examined correlations between baseline age and axial length, and axial elongation in children with myopia being treated with orthokeratology lenses.
Study authors performed a scoping literature review to identify clinically validated, patient-reported outcome questionnaires for dry eye disease.
A research team develops a deep learning model for detecting glaucoma progression using retinal nerve fiber layer thickness obtained by spectral domain-OCT.
Researchers compared axial length and spherical equivalent changes resulting from treatment with highly aspherical lenslets and single vision lenses.
Researchers assessed quality of life improvements among individuals with myopia treated with orthokeratology, soft contact lenses, and spectacles.
Researchers assessed satisfaction with comfort and vision in patients fit with a daily disposable toric contact lens with water surface technology and a modified prism ballast design.
Researchers examined the ease of removing Asian dust particles from verofilcon A and etafilcon A contact lens materials.
Researchers used electronic medical records to determine baseline distribution of refractive errors among individuals presenting to optometry clinics.
Investigators examined vergence eye movements in patients with schizophrenia and bipolar disorder.
Researchers investigated OCT biomarkers indicating progression from intermediate AMD to exudative macular neovascularization.
Researchers evaluated macular choroidal thickness in children with myopia who underwent repeated low-level red-light therapy.