Optimising visual function in keratoconus
Partial topography-guided surface ablation, combined with corneal collagen crosslinking when visual acuity is still quite good, optimises prognosis for the patient with keratoconus.
Recent innovations are improving surgical outcomes in young patients
Several recent cases demonstrate how advancements in planning, imaging and surgical approaches can enable positive outcomes in very young patients.
OCT/OCTA ocular biomarkers may help diagnose Parkinson’s disease
Imaging study revealed specific retinal and choroidal changes associated with Parkinson's disease.
Collagen crosslinking provides corneal stability in young patients
Corneal collagen crosslinking was found to stabilise the cornea, and in some cases improve vision and keratometry values, in children and young adults.
Ophthalmic challenges in 2022: Automation developments, pandemic backlogs and regulatory issues expected
Four members of the Ophthalmology Times Europe® Editorial Advisory Board consider the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead in Europe in 2022.
Newer CPC laser technologies are improving glaucoma outcomes
Benefits include better visualisation of ciliary processes and avoidance of tissue damage.
Identifying individuals at risk of glaucoma via genetics studies
Polygenic risk score allows multiple variants to be tested simultaneously.
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