OCT-A detected microcirculatory disturbances during acute post-aural migraine attacks may be an important tool in elucidating the pathophysiological relationship between migraine, aura, and ischemia.
While articles and discussions on minimally invasive glaucoma surgery (MIGS) seem to be everywhere (for better or worse), “trabeculectomy will survive,” said Kuldev Singh, MD, because of the aging population, the ease of postoperative tit
Optical coherence tomography angiography can detect microcirculatory disturbances during acute attacks.
Annual meeting schedule to include presentations, live surgery, awards
Beyond the sessions, this year’s conference offers multiple events for attendees.
A common symptom, dry eye can have an adverse impact on visual recovery and outcomes
New compounds could offer more options for physicians in treating patients, leading to better outcomes.
Diagnostic tools allow clinicians opportunity to assess underlying cause and diagnose dry eye earlier
Study offering physicians new and innovative ways to approach DED
The industry is increasing awareness during Dry Eye Awareness Month in July.