New technology is good if it does what it purports to do and sometimes goes beyond that.
As the novel coronavirus, COVID-19, continues to spread around the world, ophthalmologists can be at risk each time they see a patient who may be exhibiting symptoms of the disease.
Viral retinitis is a rare disease that implies involvement of Herpesviridae, a family of double-stranded DNA viruses characterized by latency within the host’s cells after the primary infection, accordin
When a physician seeks to determine a diagnosis and subsequent course of action for a patient, the clinical value of every step in that process is first and foremost.
Much attention these days is focused on the epidemic being caused by a novel coronavirus that originated in Wuhan, China.
This article was reviewed by Stephen D. McLeod, MD
Change is a constant and with change in accommodating IOLs comes potential improvements in vision for presbyopic patients.
This article was reviewed by Susana Marcos, PhD
Dry eye disease has become a public health issue, with increasing prevalence in the United States, where more than 16 million people are affected.
This article was reviewed by Joanne Shen, MD