Clinicians have traditionally believed that children older than age 7 are significantly less responsive to amblyopia treatment, according to a report.
The lenses effectively redirect images toward peripheral identifiable preferred retinal location.
The study found clinically significant visual improvements associated with the digital therapeutic for patients with amblyopia from anisometropia or strabismus, or both.
A study shows the severity of symptoms were worse in patients with developmental dyslexia than other learning disabilities.
A school-based vision program, which provides eye examinations and eye glasses to students, has a one-year positive impact on reading scores.
A course examines all sides of several debates in eye care.
Ron Melton, OD, and Randall Thomas, OD, provided updates on prescribing and advocated for a greater role for optometry.
Three cases demonstrate the differential diagnoses of various viruses.
A state-mandated program found similar disease rates as large-scale screening programs, but had a low cost-benefit ratio.
Andrew G. Lee, MD, presents a breakdown of 6 potentially deadly neuro-ophthalmic conditions.
John Berdahl, MD, and Lawrence Woodward, MD, present an overview of the latest technologies available in eye care.
Taking care of growing eyes is a complex task, but decisive action can be taken even before a condition is widely researched.
A combination of pharmaceutical and technological advancements will offer new treatment modalities for various ocular conditions.
Classes of oral antibiotics, corticosteroids, carbonic anhydrase inhibitors, and antivirals add vital options for treatment.
A course helps optometrists distinguish which traumatic presentations require referrals, and how to treat those that do not.
A SECO presentation reviews advances in monitoring as well as treatment for the sight-threatening disease.
Researchers reviewed compliance among patients in the See Well to Learn program.