Results from MERCURY-1, a 12-month phase III pivotal trial, show that once daily treatment with fixed-dose combination netarsudil 0.02%/latanoprost 0.005% (Aerie Pharmaceuticals) is safe and provided significantly greater IOP-lowering than either of its components throughout follow-up.
Small pupils usually travel in clusters with other surgical challenges. Kendall E. Donaldson, MD, MS, explains how surgeons may better manage small pupils during phacoemulsification by employing all tools and techniques available to them.
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Multifocal IOLs (mIOLs) can provide excellent uncorrected visual acuity at all distances. However, photic phenomena such as glare and halos are inherent to the design of these lenses and make preoperative patient councelling, careful case selection, and individualised weighing of benefits and side-effects important.
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Clinical researchers, experts share the latest news in vision research, focusing on the power of genetic therapy
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In an increasingly technologic world, blue light—omitted by devices like cell phones and computers—is inescapable. It’s important to know how it contributes to AMD, and how your patients can take steps to protect their eyesight with three easy tips from Alan Mendelsohn, MD.
Surgeons work hard to get happy patients, and satisfied patients spread the word and refer their friends. They don't need extra post-op visits, and can return yearly to see their referring doctor. Selecting the best presbyopia-correcting IOL for a patient is critical and depends on methodical, preoperative decision-making.