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.
Cheryl Guttman Krader
Study shows routine use may improve patient management, guide procedure planning
A retrospective population-based controlled study analyzing data from an unselected patient population undergoing phacoemulsification surgery found that neither the need for unplanned postoperative visits for complications nor the inciden
Secondary outcome measures provide signals of efficacy
Early identification, aggressive treatment critical; when to consider surgical intervention
A novel punctal plug drug delivery system (PPDS) was found to be safe and effective for reducing pain and inflammation associated with cataract surgery in a phase II FDA study.
The probability of non-ocular malignancies differs between men, women
Several techniques can result in better surgical outcomes for patients
Understanding corneal anatomy can minimize risk of Descemet’s membrane rupture
Research does not support routine use to decrease the risk of PCME