August 5th 2022
Evaluating patients’ eyelids before cataract and refractive surgery is crucial, as ptosis can create unwanted adverse effects and alter outcomes.
August 4th 2022
A 35-year-old woman presents with ptosis of the right eyelid 4 days after undergoing injection of botulinum toxin type A.
March 22nd 2022
Low-lying lids affect much more than patients' visual field, with implications for visual quality and their self-esteem.
October 8th 2021
September 22nd 2021
Another face of orbital lymphoma
Disease masquerading as involutional ptosis
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Topical corticosteroid use associated with greater ptosis and higher rate of failed ptosis repair
Corneal keratometry and corneal astigmatism changes after surgery for acquired ptosis
Poll: What percentage of your patients exhibit blepharoptosis?
This poll is for optometrists and eyecare professionals, only. It will close on Friday, September 10, 2021.
Keeping an eye out for double-organ bias
Blepharoptosis in korean patients: Old age and high BMI are risks
Cutoff age for evaluation: 66 years
Novel therapeutic approach offers nonsurgical option for acquired blepharoptosis
Use of a drug to correct the eyelid position could eliminate the complications associated with surgery.
Blepharoptosis: Unraveling this not-so-simple disorder
Perhaps the most important consideration is understanding the neuromuscular pathway that retracts and protracts the eyelid.
How to identify ptosis in clinical practice
A simple addition to the comprehensive exam can make a big difference for patients
Ptosis therapy gets first-in-category FDA nod
Once-a-day treatment offers patients a solution to droopy eyelids
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