Patient-based research powers the revealing of disease mechanisms
Approach can unravel causes in MYOC and TBK1 glaucoma.
Seeking a new frontier with intraoperative OCT
Advances in integrative technology enable a transition to the operating room.
Study examines pairing phacoemulsification, implantation of microbypass stents
Investigators find treatment is an option for treating open-angle glaucoma.
AI enhances customized myopic LASIK with ray tracing optimization
Novel technique provides another option for normal and irregular corneas.
IRISS registry study offers real-world outcomes
Fluocinolone acetonide implant for DME benefits visual acuity.
New options continue to fill sustained drug delivery pipeline
Injections, implants continue to create further positive outcomes for patients.
Intracanalicular dexamethasone insert offers hands-free therapy
An alternative to drops, the option provides consistent therapeutic levels.
Study finds sublingual troche, IV sedation are equivalent for cataract surgery
The method by which sedation is applied to keep patients relaxed and comfortable throughout cataract surgery can be tailored similar to that of anesthesia — surgical anesthesia is not a one size fits all endeavor.
SMILE offers low enhancement rate after nomogram adjustment
Refractive surgery for treating myopia is linked to low rates of regression, enhancement.
Comparable conscious sedation methods address individual patient needs
Sublingual troche sedation represents attractive anesthesia option for specific subset of patients with cataracts.
Athletes and doctors: not that different
Professionals can often make financial mistakes.
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Drainage device offers IOP lowering capabilities at 1 year
A supraciliary minimally invasive glaucoma procedure may offer a valuable bleb-free treatment option for patients with glaucoma that requires low target pressures.
Making sutureless double-needle scleral IOL fixation technique more accessible
Practice and preparation are key for mastering the procedure.
Early clinical experience with next-generation lens
One surgeon shares the early results of his experience using the new TECNIS Eyhance and TECNIS Eyhance Toric II IOLs in performing the first post-FDA-approved cases in the U.S.
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