More Time with Low Vision Patients Boosts Recovery

The extra effort justifies the hassle, new study finds.

OCT-A Pinpoints Irregularities in Best Disease

This diagnostic approach reveals possible new screening targets.

Something in the Way

What’s behind our patient’s transient episodes of dimming vision?

Hold ’em or Fold ’em?

Better treatment options for DME give us more flexibility, but also more responsibility. We need to use anti-VEGF prudently—if at all.

Stem Cells Reverse AMD Effects

Patients with severe AMD showed positive outcomes with stem cell implantation.

Artificial Intelligence Takes on Diabetic Retinopathy

Screening has officially gone high-tech—and beyond the eye care community.

Dark Adaptation Testing Selected for AMD Study Endpoint

A five-year study sets out to explore new outcome measures.

Clinical Acumen Boosts AI Accuracy

Researchers found that using a small set of DR cases graded by specialists can improve the AI algorithm.

Coming: Two New Ways to Track Functional Retinal Status

You can identify maculopathies and more with these objective testing methods.

Long-chain Lipids: A New Path to DR Therapy?

Intravitreal delivery could reduce vascular leakage.

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April 26-28, 2018

New Technologies & Treatments in Eye Care San Diego
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