Early outer retinal findings on en face and cross-sectional OCT
Rhegmatogenous retinal detachment studied.
Presbyopia-correcting IOL improves vision for patients
Early experience with next-generation lens engenders positive perception.
Gene therapies are explored as potential treatment for retinal diseases
Development of new animal model enhances study of potential mutations.
AAV gene therapy targets autoimmune uveitis
Study examines immunomodulatory therapy as a potential long-term treatment option.
Ophthalmology Foundation focuses on mission of vision
Organization looks to improve global eye care through ophthalmic education.
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Optimizing the management of DED
Experts provide perspectives on current care and pipeline products.
Detailing consequences of Demodex blepharitis
Symptomatic, psychosocial burdens in participants .
Editorial: Yes, ophthalmologists are real doctors
Ian Han, MD, shares his thoughts in the latest guest editorial.
Four tips for growing a proactive practice
Taking control of a practice’s future with investment, creative thinking
FDA approves cyclosporine A eye drop for vernal keratoconjunctivitis
Most patients with allergic disorder are children, adolescents, or young adults.
Swept-source OCT imaging assists dry AMD treatment
Option detects treatment-naive nonexudative macular neovascularization in eyes with dry age-related macular degeneration
How novel autoantibodies may improve screening dry eye patients for Sjogren's syndrome
Researchers seek to identify new serological biomarkers that could better characterize Sjogren’s syndrome and overcome the limitations of traditional antibodies.
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