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No Ocular Motor Conflict Found in Intermittent Exotropia Patients

Study shows intermittent exotropia isn’t driven by accommodative convergence alone, nor associated with over-accommodation secondary to fusional convergence efforts.
01/27/2023

Strabismus Can Improve Children’s Reading, Drawing Post-op

These findings should be considered when deliberating the indications for surgery.
01/27/2023

Chronic Dry Eye Hinders Career Success

The impact was in some ways comparable to that of severe disorders such as rheumatoid arthritis.
01/27/2023

Conjunctival Vessel Density Correlates with Ocular Redness

This anterior segment OCT-A parameter may help objectively measure severity.
01/26/2023

Standardized Thresholds Needed for Myopia Research

Researchers offered a crude estimate of a conversion rate to compare studies that use different definitions.
01/26/2023

CCT May Indicate Myopia Progression

Study shows central corneal thickness was negatively correlated with the speed of spherical equivalent change and axial length elongation.
01/26/2023

Repeated Anti-VEGF Has Protective Effect on Ocular Surface

Frequent antisepsis of the eyelids reduces microbial load, staving off meibomian gland disease.
01/25/2023

Study Highlights Importance of Community-based Vision Screening

More than 78% of high-risk individuals failed and 66% were referred to ophthalmology due to cataracts, retinal abnormalities or other ocular disease findings that may have gone undetected.
01/25/2023

One in Eight Glaucomatous Eyes Progresses Fast

These findings highlight the clinical importance of assessing progressive central visual field loss, researchers say.
01/25/2023

Visual Field Loss a High Predictor in Stroke Study

This factor’s severe impairment was found in patients with acute cases.
01/24/2023