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Anti-VEGF Eyes at Risk for Progression to GA

After two years of treatment, more than half of eyes developed disease precursors of retinal hypopigmentation and hyperpigmentation.
04/01/2020

Tears Hold Key to Simple Sjögren’s Diagnosis

Biomarker can help distinguish dry eye etiology due to autoimmune disease.
04/01/2020

Daily Disposables Lower Tear Osmolarity

Monthly wearers benefited the most when they switched to daily disposables.
04/01/2020

Technology Can Improve Keratoconus Staging

Videokeratography can help better distinguish disease progression.
03/31/2020

VR May Explain Vision Problems from Glaucoma

Five simulations demonstrated that a patient’s vision-related disability depends on lighting condition and task.
03/31/2020

RNFL and Choroid Thinning Found with Malnourishment

SD-OCT screening identifies correlation between decreased thickness and severity.
03/30/2020

GA Lesions Impair Choriocapillaris Flow

This interruption could help predict geographic atrophy progression.
03/30/2020

Tear Protein Markers Help ID Dry Eye

Study: Biometric can be more useful that Schirmer test.
03/30/2020

Macular Thickness Linked to Parapapillary Atrophy in Myopes

New tech is helping identify disease on a smaller scale.
03/27/2020

Seemingly Fine CL Wearers May Have Health Woes

Study found 52% of patients had at least one undiagnosed issue.
03/27/2020

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