Video game helps youth with cerebral visual impairment
Reviewed by Steven C. Schallhorn, MD
Researchers are considering a number of factors to determine if they could be used to assess what eyes may be at a higher at risk of developing ectasia.
Reviewed by William B. Trattler, MD
Optical coherence tomography angiography is finding new uses in glaucoma, as it can depict loss of blood vessels around the optic nerve and distinguish vascular layers.
A study of patients undergoing corneal crosslinking (CXL) for keratoconus suggests gene expression and tear inflammatory profile may be used as biomarkers to predict CXL outcomes.
In a study including data from 67 eyes, the majority of keratoconus indices measured by two commercially available Scheimpflug devices did not effectively differentiate normal high astigmatism from subclinical keratoconus.
When used one week after injection, optical coherence tomography angiography can help clinicians determine how effective their treatment has been on neovascular membrane reperfusion.
Light-activated AU-011 has the potential to be the first targeted therapy ever developed for the primary treatment of ocular melanoma, the most common pri
A supplement with antioxidant and mitoprotective properties reversed mitochondrial dysfunction and may be neuroprotective in glaucoma, according to study results presented by Robert Ritch, MD, Steven and Shelley Einhorn Distinguished Chai