Study determines drowning victims' corneas safe for transplantation
The study, based out of India, successfully transplanted 32 of 34 corneas harvested from drowning victims.
The future holds a great deal in glaucoma drug therapy
Justin Schweitzer, OD, FAAO, reports that glaucoma therapy is quickly moving to more innovative and targeted ways to treat glaucoma and lower the patient treatment burden.
Predicting glaucoma progression: More than meets the eye
During the Glaucoma 360 annual meeting, Dake K. Heuer, MD, delivered the Shaffer-Hetherington-Hoskins Lecture Keynote address, titled “Risk Factors for Glaucoma Progression.”
Novel drugs + delivery systems ease ocular pain and inflammation
Novel therapeutic approaches and drug-delivery technologies are improving control of pain and inflammation after cataract and other ocular surgeries.
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