This article was reviewed by Bita Esmaeli, MD, FACS
Providing an option for ease of exchangeability, a novel IOL technology (Bag-in-the-Lens; BIL IOL, Morcher) seems to have overcome a number of the noteworthy problems associated with previous IOL models, including incorrect centering, dev
This article was reviewed by Dr. Jorge Alio, MD, PhD
This article was reviewed by Christophe Baudouin, MD, PhD, FARVO
A team of researchers have conducted a study bringing the connection between statin use and the risk of primary open-angle glaucoma (POAG) into sharper focus.
Ocular surface inflammation may sound simple and specific but actually encompasses more than meets the eye.
This article was reviewed by Giacomina Massaro-Giordanao, MD
This article was reviewed by Carol L. Shields, MD
The results of widefield epithelial thickness mapping with the Optovue Avanti OCT in eyes with a single mild topographic or tomographic abnormality were similar to normal eyes in myopes, which eases decision making surrounding refractive surgery.
The eagerly awaited results of the 2019 Ophthalmology Times Best Programs Survey are in, with the previously honored top institutions again achieving high rankings.