Finding ways to finesse eye examinations in paediatric patients
New strategies are considered for obtaining information from visual assessments while ensuring compliance from paediatric patients.
Investigative antibody shows sustained efficacy in retinal disease studies
Results from Phase 3 trials of bispecific antibody faricimab demonstrate that it is more durable than currently available agents, and it has a good safety profile.
IOL replacement vs rescue: The ophthalmologist's dilemma
There is no significant difference between IOL replacement and rescue in terms of postoperative visual and surgical outcomes for eyes undergoing secondary IOL scleral fixation.
Swept-source OCT angiography aids detection of dry AMD
Swept-source optical coherence tomography angiography can detect eyes at risk of developing exudative disease.
Real-world outcomes validate intraocular drug delivery method
Evidence from clinical trials and real-world situations demonstrates the effectiveness and convenience of intraocular drugs to control postoperative inflammation.
Targeting human retinal progenitor cell injections for retinitis pigmentosa
Trial results indicate that retinal cell injections improve vision in certain retinitis pigmentosa patients.
Maximising corneal cross-linking effectiveness
Ex vivo experiment identifies potential benefit for supplementary oxygen.
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