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Use of statins to control elevated cholesterol levels and prevent cardiovascular events also has another upside, i.e., a concomitant lower risk of development of primary open-angle glaucoma (POAG).
Surgeon offers some cautionary tales about unfortunate cases he has encountered
Patients who undergo an ophthalmic procedure and are concomitantly taking antithrombotic drugs, i.e., antiplatelets and anticoagulants, during the perioperative period may require different management than patients not taking those drugs.
The worldwide incidence of diabetes has been increasing markedly, and by 2014 it had increased to 422 million individuals from 108 million only 34 years previously.
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Exfoliation glaucoma (XFG), the second most commonly occurring glaucoma after primary open-angle glaucoma (POAG), is a more challenging pathology to treat for a number of reasons.
With the recent surge in artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning, ophthalmology is already seeing the benefits.
Rho kinase inhibitors—the newest drugs introduced for treating glaucoma—"get to the heart of the matter” by targeting specific glaucomatous abnormalities, such as trabecular meshwork outflow, said Yvonne Ou, MD.
System preloaded with two trabecular bypass stents for ab interno implantation