A supplement with antioxidant and mitoprotective properties reversed mitochondrial dysfunction and may be neuroprotective in glaucoma, according to study results presented by Robert Ritch, MD, Steven and Shelley Einhorn Distinguished Chai
It’s a given that ultraviolet (UV) light is effective at killing organisms, noted J. James Rowsey, MD. Though a 365-nm wavelength lamp often has been used, Dr.
Post-LASIK refraction does not appear to be altered after pregnancy, according to the results from a small study.
Glaucoma specialists need to ask if cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) pressure in glaucoma matters, and if so, why, according to John Berdahl, MD.
In a small study, a combination over-the-counter supplement with antioxidant and mitoprotective properties significantly reversed mitochondrial dysfunction.
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.
Although there are no scientifically proven ways to prevent glaucoma, healthy habits–such as moderate exercise, regular visual check-ups, and eating green, leafy vegetables–represent a good starting point for a prevention strategy.
After decades of slow, but steady, progress in the advancement of glaucoma as a subspecialty, the last quarter century has seen tremendous innovation in this field.
In a study with 10 patients, persistent infectious keratitis was successfully treated with CXL and riboflavin.
Persistent bleeding in a glaucoma patient with neovascular glaucoma after metastatic renal carcinoma requires a range of surgical methods to treat.