A case report detailed visual quality improvements in a patient with keratoconus after wearing wavefront-guided scleral lenses.
A case study presented at the AOA reviews treatment protocols for a rare congenital anomaly of the optic nerve.
A case report examined outcomes following treatment with a 3-layer decellularized dehydrated human amniotic membrane graft in a patient with keratoconjunctivitis sicca.
A case study demonstrated the lab and clinical workups necessary for suspected neuroretinitis secondary to Bartonella infection.
A case report detailed fusion and divergence reserve improvements following vision therapy in a patient with acute acquired comitant esotropia.
A poster presentation examined Schirmer test score improvements associated with varenicline nasal spray treatment.
A poster presentation examined the association between better baseline distance corrected near visual acuity and treatment response to a presbyopia-correcting eye drop.
A poster presentation examined BCVA improvements resulting from photobiomodulation therapy in individuals with dry AMD.
Carolyn Majcher, OD, discusses potential changes in the optometrist’s role in monitoring geographic atrophy with the availability of new geographic atrophy drugs.
A case report examined vision improvements and HOA reductions resulting from a scleral lens with wavefront-guided optics.
A case report examined associations between migraine with aura treated with caffeinated analgesics and paracentral acute middle maculopathy risk.
A poster presentation examined vision and symptom improvements in patients with ocular surface disease following treatment with a ringless 3-layer amniotic membrane.
A clinical trial explored the myopia control efficacy of a novel, preservative-free atropine formulation during a 36-month period.
Nicolette Ruta, OD, and Julie M. Roper, OD, discuss predisposing factors for sequential and bilateral nonarteritic anterior ischemic optic neuropathy and management strategies to limit this risk.
Julie Rodman, OD, and Mariana Ferraz, OD, detail clinical presentations and management strategies associated with congenital retinal macrovessel.
Anna Panapakides, OD, and Anat Galor, MD, discuss clinical presentations, diagnostic modalities, and treatment options for acanthamoeba keratitis.
Chelsea Brafman, OD, and Sherrol A. Reynolds, OD, discuss clinical presentations of cat scratch fever and strategies for managing it.
Previous contact lens users who discontinued use reported satisfaction with comfort and vision after wearing daily disposable contact lenses for 1 month.
Eye care professionals from Nova Southeastern University’s school of optometry discuss associations between acute macular neuroretinopathy and COVID-19.
Researchers at Northeastern State University Oklahoma college of optometry compared photopic negative response latency and evaluated repeatability between 2 electroretinography devices.
Beata I. Lewandowska, OD, and Marlon J. Monelyon-Demeritt, OD, discuss maculopathy resulting from inhaling nitric oxide-containing drugs.
Fareed Dosani, OD, explains some similarities between herpes simplex virus anterior uveitis and Posner-Scholssman syndrome.
Patrick Vollmer, OD, and James Mun, PhD discuss quality of life effects and diagnostic strategies for Demodex blepharitis.
Researchers examined colored filter use and white light brightness and color temperature preferences in patients with low vision.
Researchers examined the efficacy of using 0.75% phentolamine with or without 0.4% low-dose atropine in improving near vision in patients with presbyopia.
Presenters at the American Academy of Optometry meeting investigate the burn risks associated with unconventional meibomian gland dysfunction treatments.
Researchers assessed the safety and efficacy of using lotilaner ophthalmic solution, 0.25% for treating Demodex blepharitis.
Researchers at the AAO 2022 presented a case report of a 37-year old woman with multiple sclerosis presenting as a pseudoproptosis.
AAO 2022 poster presenters assessed near visual acuity and comfort in patients with presbyopia who were fit with soft, suspended, translating contact lenses.
A case report shows ectonine-containing drops can effectively manage comorbid atopic keratoconjunctivitis and dry eye disease.