The incidence of uveal melanoma in the United States has not changed substantially from 1973 to 2008.
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Results of a preclinical study demonstrate the feasibility of implanting a next-generation injectable version of a telescope prosthesis for end-stage macular degeneration and suggest it has promising advantages for improving surgical ease and safety.
A new foldable hydrophobic acrylic one-piece IOL provided good visual acuity to patients in a small pilot study with a short follow-up period.
Sometimes it is best that we don't know what we don't know.
Ultimately, the number one factor in patients converting to a premium IOL is the surgeon's confidence in the technology — and when that is based on visual outcomes and patient satisfaction, everyone wins, relates this ophthalmologist.
The FDA has cleared for marketing a hand-held spectral-domain ophthalmic imaging system that opens new doors to ophthalmologists to diagnose eye disease in infants, children, and disabled adults.
A trunk show is one of the most productive business strategies to generate revenue, excitement, and buzz for your dispensary.
Philosophical differences abound between managers and physicians.
Data from multiple epidemiologic studies provide evidence linking myopia with an increased risk of open-angle glaucoma.
Currently, no clear-cut guidelines exist for the use of steroids in patients who develop endophthalmitis.