Dry eye disease has become a public health issue, with increasing prevalence in the United States, where more than 16 million people are affected.
This article was reviewed by Andrea A. Tooley, MD
This article was reviewed by Irmgard Behlau, MD
When considering accomplishments recorded in the arena of gene therapy, the “firsts” are impressive.
Given the high incidence of age-related macular degeneration (AMD)—with some 10 to 11 million patients affected, 2 million of which have severe visual loss—the need for treatments to restore vision is clear.
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The various multifocal choroidopathies differ in course, prognosis, and treatment. While the prognoses do differ, they are hopeful with early treatment in most cases.
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A visual simulator (SimVisGekko, 2EyesVision) that provides patients the experience of vision with multifocal IOLs (mIOLs) before actual implantation may help to manage patient expectations, a
Let us be more specific, topical antibiotics after cataract surgery are not necessary, according to Alexander James Silvester, MBCHB, as long as surgeons tick off all the boxes on the safety check list.