The study’s findings may cause clinicians to rethink the general concept that nitric oxide possesses neurotoxic properties.
OCT and OCT-A may have the potential to be used as screening tools to identify asymptomatic, cognitively intact individuals at risk for developing Alzheimer’s Disease.
Clinicians should be aware of retinal vascular alterations when treating patients with IDA and monitor ocular health appropriately.
Clinicians may consider providing follow-up care to patients with OSAS including OCT-A imaging to rule out retinal disease, a study suggests.
Multispectral refractive tomography is more convenient and accurate than conventional methods, according to a report.
DRIL is an important imaging biomarker to consider when evaluating a patient’s visual functioning, a study suggests.
The practice may lower intraocular pressure for patients with ocular hypertension.
Clinicians may be able to predict structural changes in GCC layer thickness using superficial parafoveal density measurements, a study shows.
In the first installment of this series, Drs Mohammad Rafieetary, OD, and Jessica Haynes, OD, of the Charles Retina Institute, describe the clinical presentations of multiple evanescent white dot syndrome.