This article was reviewed by William J. Dupps Jr., MD, PhD
This article was reviewed by Marcony R. Santhiago, MD, PhD
Limbal stem cell deficiency (LSCD) is an ocular surface disorder that results from decreases in the number and function of corneal epithelial stem and progenitor cells that results in the inability to
This article was reviewed by Stephen D. Klyce, PhD, FARVO
Corneal topography can be measured using a number of different devices, the most frequently used of which is a circular Placido device.
Ophthalmology is poised for seismic shifts sparked by advances in technologically advanced medical devices that are driving changes in patient care and impacting the lives of patients.
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, according to J.
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
Awareness of the development of age-related macular degeneration (AMD) has been increasing slowly with the recognition of the advancing age of the population.
Dry eye disease has become a public health issue, with increasing prevalence in the United States, where more than 16 million people are affected.