Many people in developing countries – and some in developed ones – can't afford the glaucoma treatments they need to protect their eyesight, researchers say.
Increasingly, UWF imaging is becoming standard practice in diabetic retinopathy and retinal vein occlusion, as well as providing important insights into the management of retinopathy of prematurity and rare hereditary retinal vascular conditions.
Contaminated contact lenses have caused rates of Acanthamoeba keratitis to almost triple since 2011 in southeast England, researchers say.
After the age of 40, most people develop presbyopia. A person aged around 37 or 38 years who is mildly (+0.50–0.75 D) hyperopic for distance simply accommodates and does not need to wear glasses.
Ophthalmologists, specifically refractive surgeons, along with their patients, have enjoyed huge success with ablative (corneal tissue removal) procedures over the 30 years since Dr Marguerite McDonald performed the first PRK on a sighted
Accommodation of the human eye is a complex mechanism based on multiple anatomical and physiological variables. The anatomy concerns the ciliary body, zonular fibres, lens capsule and, finally, crystalline lens content.
With reference to the Ophthalmology Times article titled "Light mask ineffective for diabetic macular oedema" published on 31st August, I am writing to make you aware of ou
An experimental light mask, the Noctura 400 Sleep Mask (PolyPhotonix Medical) did not help control non-central diabetic macular oedema, in a recent trial.