Research is unfolding the proteins in retinitis pigmentosa
Investigators focus on biophysical method to study protein-protein interactions .
Physicians discuss advancements in the treatment of wet AMD
While current treatments are good, the best is yet to come.
Combination drops may help patients challenged by multiple glaucoma meds
Drops can simplify dosing, improving adherence and ocular surface health
Developments in glaucoma offering hope, options
Consider ideas about outflow pathways, neuroprotection.
Anti-VEGF medications may cause systemic complications in ROP
Investigators examine long-term effects of therapeutics in infants.
Harnessing 1-2 punch of KAMPs for corneal infection, inflammation
Peptides offering ophthalmologists a potential treatment option for keratitis.
Study: Innovative dexamethasone formulation shows efficacy, safety
Once-daily corticosteroid treats pain, inflammation after surgery.
Transscleral laser therapy device simplifies procedure
Noninvasive option reduces IOP in patients with glaucoma.
It takes a village to beat visual system diseases in children
Community involvement, research continue to boost treatment in pediatric population.
The value of new diagnostics and personalized medicine
Emerging technology may facilitate individualized care, disease management.
Eyecare professionals advise on cleaning, disinfection guidelines to promote safety
Organization shines spotlight on frontline heroes during ongoing COVID-19 battle.
How surgeons can improve when using their nondominant hand
For ophthalmologists, practice makes perfect in becoming ambidextrous.
Raising the bar for premium pterygium procedure
Physician pioneers technique offering higher perspective in surgery, outcomes.
Keeping to the schedule
Sometimes, physicians may find that falling behind is the right thing to do.
Seeing [duck floatie] floaters
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Straightforward procedures for leaking blebs: No incision required
Minimally invasive conjunctival surgery option is an efficient procedure.
Zeroing in on dry eye treatment for patients with cataracts
Study supports preoperative ocular surface optimization with artificial tears.
Pearls for selecting a syringe for intravitreal injection
All syringes used for intravitreal injections have pros and cons. Some recently marketed and forthcoming products are coming closer to meeting “ideal” criteria.
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