Specialists offer pearls for physicians’ financial health
Changes in health care industry can affect the way ophthalmologists plan their finance.
Tumor necrosis factor α antibody drops meet primary efficacy end point
Anterior uveitis therapy offers anti-inflammatory effect after dosing is stopped.
Collision warning device developed for visually impaired patients
Investigators learn that a wearable aid can offer improved mobility.
Evolution of optical coherence tomography of the human eye
Adolf Fercher's 2D image of fundus paved way for today’s imaging technique.
Expert insights: Flares of dry eye disease
Timely diagnosis and successful intervention are key to successful treatment.
Early visual functions deficiency and OCT-A changes at the preclinical stage of diabetic retinopathy
Future investigations will assess findings, evaluate their prognostic value.
Home monitoring patients for AMD: Targeting CNV
Technology can track the progression of retinal abnormalities
Study targets utility of epithelial thickness mapping
Investigators examine usefulness in refractive surgery evaluations.
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Patient glaucoma management focuses on pivotal studies
Randomly assigned controlled trials key in increasing understanding of disease.
Throwing everything away ... except the patient and the surgeon
Single-use cataract surgery comes with several safety and quality attributes.
Partial visual function restored in patient with retinitis pigmentosa
In PIONEER study, investigators outline their successes.
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