Researchers evaluated sarcoidosis-induced tear film changes and compared their findings with healthy individuals.
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Researchers investigated the incidence rate and risk factors for anisometropia among children aged 8 years.
Researchers reported the use of miniscleral contact lenses and their related visual and clinical outcomes in a case series of patients with peripheral ectasia who previously underwent penetrating keratoplasty for keratoconus.
Researchers compared myopia progression between children with and without intermittent exotropia and its interaction with corrective strabismus surgery.
A survey explored caregiver perspective on how amblyopia and its management affect children and their families.
Researchers compared computer progressive addition lenses with general purpose progressive addition lenses for computer use in individuals with artificially-induced presbyopia.
Researchers investigated the safety and efficacy of 0.01% atropine eye drops during a 2-year period in US children with myopia.
Researchers compared accommodative amplitude, lag and facility in children with myopia who wore single vision contact lenses or center-distance soft multifocal contact lenses for an average of 4.7 years.
Researchers compared subjective visual performance between single vision and myopia control contact lenses in children, teenagers and young adults.
Investigators determined the prevalence of fast global and central visual field progression among adults with glaucoma receiving routine care.
Researchers compared 3 modalities of intraocular pressure measurement among patients with varying keratoconus severities.
Researchers characterized the clinical features and management of uveitis associated with microsporidial keratoconjunctivitis.
Researchers assessed whether temporal synchrony processing deficits persist when normal visual acuity is regained in adults with unilateral anisometropic amblyopia.
Researchers investigated the spectral composition of ambient light in various outdoor and indoor locations, at different times of the day, and during different seasons.
Researchers investigated measures for defining daily disposable soft contact lens use and identifying individuals who reused these lenses.
A cross-sectional study demonstrated 2 distinct pathways to geographic atrophy that are characterized by quantitative autofluorescence.
Researchers investigated the association between whole grain consumption and myopia prevalence among schoolchildren.
Researchers compared intraocular pressure measurements obtained by a standard Goldmann prism vs a modified Goldmann prism following corneal refractive surgery.
A team of researchers assessed the retinal responsiveness to sinusoidal electrical stimulation in patients with achromatopsia.
Investigators assessed the diagnostic performance of a portable photoscreening device for detecting exotropia in preschool-aged children.
A retrospective study evaluated treatment outcomes of pediatric patients diagnosed with subthreshold amblyopia.
A retrospective study evaluated the effect of trabeculectomy on visual field loss progression.
Researchers evaluated the efficacy of using a breath guard and face mask for reducing droplet spread within an eye clinic.
Researchers analyzed demographic factors, population trends, and causative fungi associated with ocular fungal infections.
Researchers assessed the effect of home-based dichoptic therapy on stereoacuity in patients with non-strabismic anisometropic amblyopia.
Researchers examined the incidence of strabismus and nystagmus in children with a cataract diagnosis.
Investigators evaluated the association between glaucoma knowledge and disease severity in veterans with glaucoma who self-reported poor medication adherence.
Researchers examined the correlation between hyperreflective foci and structural and functional features associated with age-related macular degeneration.
Researchers compared choriocapillary vessel densities and choroidal thicknesses between eyes affected by preperimetric and advanced glaucoma and healthy eyes.
Researchers identified risk factors for glaucoma development and progression following corneal transplant surgery.