Retina

Exploring novel gene therapy approaches to treat ocular disease

Investigators find that nanoparticles deliver gene therapy successfully in mice, rats.

Experts review state of AMD in 2020

Pandemic highlights need for longer-lasting agents to reduce treatment burden in evolving field.

Macular OCT imaging is vital in work-up of cataract surgery patients

Investigators find value in screening for macular disease in preoperative evaluation

Putting to practice retina innovations amid a pandemic

August 28, 2020

S.K. Steven Houston III, MD, shares how his practice has put to use recent retina innovations and adapted to accommodate the ever-changing operating room spacing and set-up in the current COVID-19 environment.

Transitioning back to ophthalmic care during a pandemic

August 26, 2020

Megan Berkenstock, MD, assistant professor of ophthalmology at the Wilmer Eye Institute (Johns Hopkins University) speaks on the change in patient diagnoses and visit numbers by subspecialties in the weeks before and after the discovery of COVID-19 as well as the protocol needed to allow for the program's ambulatory surgery centers.

COVID-19: ASRS survey details impact on retinal patients, practices

August 24, 2020

Pandemic is disrupting clinical facilities, putting individuals’ ocular health at risk

What keeps you up at night in ophthalmology?

August 23, 2020

Ophthalmologists share what keeps them up at night in the ophthalmic profession amid the pandemic.

Physicians’ treatment decisions are reinforced with good data

August 21, 2020

Research results can help ophthalmologists treating patients with macular edema

Impact of aflibercept on retinal nonperfusion in DME

August 20, 2020

Investigators examine and analyze outcomes of aflibercept compared with laser treatment in patients

2020 vision: What is the future of ophthalmology?

August 20, 2020

Ophthalmologists share their outlook for the current state and future of the ophthalmic profession, how coronavirus pandemic has altered the profession as well as how —now, more than ever — patient care remains a number one priority for ophthalmologists.