The proteome of proliferative vitreoretinopathy: insight into the central role of extracellular matrix
Study highlights extracellular matrix-related proteins expressed in PVR.
VA, visual function are going the way of ocular inflammation
Measures of inflammation can predict treatment outcomes for patients.
The 2 faces of glaucoma
Pressure-dependent optic nerve disease, retinal disease.
Diagnosing Alzheimer's disease: Ophthalmologists have role in early detection
Clues to diagnosis from patient/family histories, examination techniques.
Optic neuritis: Differentiating MS from neuromyelitis optica
Physicians should hospitalize ON patients to prevent blindness, possible death.
Elamipretide: a mitochondrial protector
Trial shows treatment has acceptable safety profile, may improve visual function.
Maximizing CXL effectiveness
Ex vivo experiment identifies potential benefit for supplementary oxygen.
App helps patients with cataracts have smoother surgery process
Technology enables physicians to provide and receive important information more quickly.
Cataract surgeons on OR waste: Less is often more
Much of today’s surgical refuse is due to the single use of virtually everything.
An eye toward plateau iris and its implications
Exploring subtleties helps ophthalmologists understand postop surprises, drug reactions.
Natural language processing pairs with big data curation
Knowledge of tools used in data interpretation helps clinicians trust accuracy of findings.
Pulling back the curtain on racial inequities in ocular health care
AAO develops task forces to evaluate academy, review outcomes in ophthalmology.
Living forward: We still have to understand backward
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Unraveling the genetics of glaucoma
Details enhance knowledge of biological pathways that contribute to disease pathogenesis.
Future looks promising for telemedicine
Amid pandemic, physicians and patients have embraced technology.
Consistency key to port delivery system
Update reduces complications
Light adjustable IOLs: Treat patients with Star Trek-like technology
Lens option can correct for surgically induced astigmatism or an inaccurate position.
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