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Intermittent diplopia often is not evident during presentation, which makes its diagnosis problematic.
The recent issuance of revised recommendations for hydroxychloroquine retinopathy screening from the American Academy of Ophthalmology will have substantial effects on practicing ophthalmologists.
The cornea maintains a better prolate shape after myopic PRK using a wavefront-optimized versus a wavefront-guided ablation profile.
Gonioscopy remains the gold standard technique for assessing the anterior chamber angle, but ultrasound biomicroscopy and anterior segment optical coherence tomography can be useful adjuncts for glaucoma patient care.
Data from 6 months of follow-up in a randomized, contralateral eye comparison study demonstrate LASIK performed using a proprietary "optimized prolate ablation" algorithm provides superior results compared with a conventional ablation technique.
Different approaches for correcting presbyopia are associated with various advantages and disadvantages.
A new premium daily disposable contact lens from Bausch + Lomb is made from a proprietary material that combines the features of conventional hydrogel and silicone hydrogel material.
Results of defocus curve testing in eyes with a refractive multifocal IOL implanted as part of a prospective, multicenter comparative trial are better for the +3-D near-add version of the lens compared with the +4-D near-add platform with regard to intermediate visual acuity.
You might be reluctant to fit more children in contact lenses into your optical dispensary because you think it's difficult and time-consuming. However, the extra chair time is minimal, and the final rewards for the patient, the family, and you can be great, especially when contact lenses are medically necessary.