Study Casts Doubt on Smartphone Fundus Photos

Research shows tech has yet to match conventional dilated fundus images.

New Perimetry Method Captures Field Disturbances

It could one day help doctors characterize visual loss using factors beyond mere light sensitivity.

Not Fade Away


Understanding Visual Deficits in Concussed Adolescents

Accommodation and vergence dysfunction affect developmental eye movement testing.

Eye-tracking Algorithm Provides Biomarker for Concussions

This diagnostic tool correlates with signs and symptoms in pediatric patients.

Compact Perimeter Now Available

It’s ideal for central vision testing but can also assess the periphery.

Diagnostic Eye Drops Get a Shelf-life Extension

Study: despite a short expiration date, they are still effective for seven months.

OCT Matches or Beats FA

This imaging technique may play a central part in diagnosing CNV.

Starting From Scratch

Seasonal allergies became a major issue for one patient who chose to self-treat.

Want Better Vision Assessments? Aim Higher

You can identify higher-order aberrations that may precede ocular disease with this new device.

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