Understanding structure-function relationships is crucially important in controlling glaucoma.
Non-eyecare practitioners will be screening your patients for diabetic retinopathy. Find out why this can help or hurt your patients and how you can help guide the process.
One of your patients, who previously had LASIK, now needs cataract surgery.
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As optometry has evolved into the realm of therapeutics, the use of new technologies has become integral to optometric care.
Every so often a situation to which I am not accustomed presents itself to my practice.
Progress occurring on several fronts is creating optimism that retinal ganglion cell (RGC) replacement may become a reality for preserving or restoring vision in patients with glaucoma, according to Jeffrey L. Goldberg, MD, PhD.
As people age, the desire to eliminate wrinkles and sagging skin increases. Blepharoplasty has become a popular option amongst the aging population, but some believe eyelid taping may be able to yield the same results.