The transzonular injection of a corticosteroid and fluoroquinolone can prevent postoperative infection and inflammation.
Cheryl Guttman Krader
Phase III studies of a gene therapy for Leber Hereditary Optic Neuropathy have generated some unexpected positive findings. There is biologic plausibility to explain the data.
Tools for higher-order OCT assessment enable evaluation of features of interest, such as targeted retinal layers or fluid compartments, and may allow for unique characterization of disease phenotypes and treatment response.
This article was reviewed by Barry Emara, MD
This article was reviewed by Jan Gärdin, MD, and Björn Johansson, MD, PhD.
The results of the phase II FILLY study are in agreement with the prior literature on risk factors for GA progression.
Study shows routine use may improve patient management, guide procedure planning
A retrospective population-based controlled study analyzing data from an unselected patient population undergoing phacoemulsification surgery found that neither the need for unplanned postoperative visits for complications nor the inciden
Secondary outcome measures provide signals of efficacy
Removal of object may depend on potential risk, impact on patient’s vision