Preferred practice patterns for bacterial keratitis address existing controversies
Ophthalmologists can opt to use vital stains for cultures and corneal scrapings.
Uveitis: A leading, underestimated cause of visual morbidity in patients
Studies highlight need for specialists and training programs focusing on the disease
The untapped potential of cell and gene therapy as treatment option
Investigators continue to break new ground, giving hope to patients, physicians.
More than meets the eye with corneal dystrophies
Physician provides contemporary perspective and pearls to guide ophthalmologists.
ADVM-022 offers sustained anatomic improvements in wet AMD
Investigators observe dramatic decrease in treatment burden seen in OPTIC study.
Study targets strategies for CI-DME
Protocol V delves into observation of disease.
Visualization with en face OCT offers value for ophthalmologists
Technology helps physicians understand normal and abnormal macular anatomy.
IOLs offer great vision, low risk profile for myopia
Phakic option provides hope to patients who are not candidates for laser vision correction.
A menu of glaucoma treatments includes options to fit all scenarios
Physician presents pearls for effective use, leading to positive outcomes for patients.
Managing strabismus after retinal detachment surgery
Transient sensory-motor abnormalities are often common.
Investigators zoom in on future of dry eye treatment
Autologous serum eye drops and blood products offer hope to patients.
The sky is the limit for allergy pipeline
Growing patient pool is driving clinical trial investment.
Risk awareness helps identify medication-induced retinal toxicity
Key is to recognize usual patterns for systemic and topical medications.
Smartphone tech helps visualize optic disc
Investigators find technology aids instruction of students.
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