PANTHER Study offers 1-year results for fluocinolone acetonide intravitreal implant

The study investigates 3-year intravitreal implant in eyes with active noninfectious posterior uveitis.

Study: Artificial intelligence screenings improve eye care access in sub-Saharan Africa

The research from eye care nonprofit Orbis International focuses on diabetic retinopathy in Rwanda, where associated vision complications from diabetes are growing.

Investigators take optical coherence tomography to the next level

With clearer imaging and enhanced resolution, the new OCT approach could improve medical diagnostic imaging.

Study examines high performance microscopy for non-invasive conjunctival goblet cell examination

April 08, 2022

A team of investigators from Pohang University of Science and Technology has found that conjunctival goblet cell examination is important for the precise diagnosis and effective treatment of ocular surface diseases; however, CGC examination has not been possible until now due to lack of non-invasive devices.

Study: Retina a potential biomarker for reduced brain matter

March 18, 2022

Researchers from the Department of Ophthalmology at the University Hospital Bonn and Deutsches Zentrum für Neurodegenerative Erkrankungen suggest that assessments of the eye’s retina could help to detect a loss of brain substance, i. e. “brain atrophy.” The findings are based on data from the Rhineland Study.