Seasoned cataract surgeons have usually developed rituals and habits in their behavior that have allowed them to approach busy and challenging surgery days with more confidence.
Dysphotopsia may be one of the most under recognized complications following otherwise unremarkable cataract surgery.
Tools for higher-order OCT assessment enable evaluation of features of interest, such as targeted retinal layers or fluid compartments, and may allow for unique characterization of disease phenotypes and treatment response.
OCT-A detected microcirculatory disturbances during acute post-aural migraine attacks may be an important tool in elucidating the pathophysiological relationship between migraine, aura, and ischemia.
Different steps may be needed during the perioperative period to ensure the best outcomes for patients.
Researchers hope questionnaire will lead to a world where patient-reported outcome measures are commonly used in pediatric eye care, not just for research but also in clinical practice.
A new class of IOL technology (EyeMax Mono) is tailored for patients with dry age-related macular degeneration (AMD).