New IOL design trends avoid negative dysphotopsias
Dealing with positive and negative dysphotopsias
Surgeons eye letter-perfect outcomes with new extended depth of focus IOL
A study reviews the results, and patient satisfaction following bilateral implantation of an extended depth of focus intraocular lens.
Predictable, reproducible outcomes key in cataract surgery planning
Error in first eye can guide decisions in IOL selection for fellow eye of patients
Pharmacologic pipeline makes waves in glaucoma
Eye drops, drug-delivery system innovations aim to improve outcomes, adherence
Exploring correlation between gene expression, cataract morphology
Differing signaling pathways could lead to different types of cataracts in children.
Hydrophilicity RIS setting stage as new paradigm for refractive surgery
Laser technology has potential to modify IOL refractive index without change to lens shape
Making the most of diagnostic technology toolkit
Advancements in preoperative assessment, techniques help to enhance refractive surgical outcomes
Primary lens extraction rivals iridotomy in primary angle closure
Approach more cost-effective, considered as option for first-line therapy, suggests surgeon
Rebound tonometry useful tool to measure IOP in children
Device is noninvasive, nonthreatening; does not require topical or general anesthesia
Low dose atropine may slow myopia progression in certain children
Level of evidence is decent, but may not be applicable to all racial, ethnic groups
New IOL design gives premium results from non-premium lens
Ophthalmoplegia surgical outcomes vary upon degree of eye paresis
New IOL offers full-distance, good intermediate distance
Presbyopia patients have changed. They are younger than ever, more active than ever before, and they have more treatment options than ever before.
Exploring balance of controlling inflammation, IOP in uveitis
Clinicians need to weigh such factors as inflammation and IOP in determining when steroid therapy is beneficial in uveitic glaucoma.
Key strategies for treating postsurgical CME
Cystoid macular edema can permanently alter vision, so it is highly crucial to utilize best practices for treating the cataract surgery complication.
Reviewing evidence in dry eye treatment
An update is provided on the latest developments for an evidence-based approach in mild to severe dry eye disease.
Patient satisfaction can help guide IOL selection
A patient satisfaction and quality-of-life survey found that three presbyopia-correcting IOLs provide better spectacle independence than monovision.
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