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New Biomarkers Spur Re-evaluation of Neuritis Incidence

They account for 9% of cases and are associated with recurrent attacks.
August 6, 2020

Retinal Distinctions Apparent in Black DR Patients

Race-specific biomarkers could help reduce the risk of vision loss in this population.
August 6, 2020

Test Sheds Light on Pain in DED Patients

Capsaicin-induced pain sensitivity is lower in those with short tear break-up time.
August 6, 2020

Higher BMI Points to MG Changes in Children

Patients in the top tiers were nearly four times more likely to have gland tortuosity.
August 5, 2020

Epithelial Integrity Linked with Post-LASIK Success

A thickness greater than 60.5μm suggests the patient may have better visual outcomes.
August 5, 2020

OCT-A Gets High Marks for Monitoring Anti-VEGF Success

CNV lesions had an immediate reaction on day one that lasted two weeks.
August 5, 2020

IVCM May Help Differentiate Neuropathic Pain and DED

In addition to eye pain, microneuromas could serve as a diagnostic biomarker.
August 4, 2020

Not All Eye Rubbing is Equal

Fingertips, knuckles and nails—which exerts more force on the lids?
August 4, 2020

Prism, Surgery Combo Beneficial For Acquired Esotropia

Researchers found better binocular function and reduced recurrence rate compared with surgery alone treatment.
August 4, 2020

Some OCT-A Parameters are Race-dependent

Circumpapillary capillary density as a diagnostic parameter shows more accuracy for those of European descent than those of African descent.
August 3, 2020