Extended depth-of-field lenses: Understanding a new player in cataract surgery
New lens types offer independence from glasses to the patient post surgery.
Cortical/cerebral visual impairment: Getting to the heart of pediatric vision loss and blindness
Major advances in AMD address urgent, unmet need among patients
Study demonstrates results of pegcetacoplan as a geographic atrophy therapy.
Augmented reality offers enhanced visualization and improved ergonomics
Physicians can use navigational tools to attain a much more immersive perspective.
Bimatoprost SR may offer long-term lowering of IOP
Study zeroes in on the sustained mechanism of action of the therapeutic.
Driving practice growth: Expand on link between dry eye, aesthetics
One obvious trend has been that dry eye disease is a concurrent problem for virtually all my patients, and we need to address it for optimum comfort and surgical results.
Technology, people key to improving health outcomes, driving revenue
Solutions should address staffing shortages and burnout.
Ophthalmologists drive efficiency in the surgical suite: Why it matters
Attention to details can help to deliver patients consistent, quality outcomes.
Five new aqueous humor biomarkers of POAG progression are identified
Investigators find the recognition could improve surveillance of the disease.
A portable solution for high-definition slit lamp imaging
TAKE-HOME: This affordable device allows the view through a slit lamp to be shared in real time or recorded, for teaching and reference purposes.
Seasonal allergies: Common trigger for dry eye flares
Short-term steroid use can alleviate patient discomfort.
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