The optometrist plays an important role in premium intraocular lens decision-making
Spectacle independence, nighttime glare symptoms often are key factors.
What is type 3 diabetes?
Unpacking the connection between type 2 diabetes and Alzheimer disease.
A review of Demodex mites.
Pediatric myopia and keratoconus: Key detection and treatment strategies
Pediatric keratoconus is often more challenging to diagnose, resulting in treatment delay and vision loss.
DED simplified: How to efficiently diagnose, treat, and track dysfunction
Combining simple and advanced methods can lead to optimal patient outcomes.
How to improve visual function with vision therapy following mild traumatic brain injury
Successfully improving visual function in patients with MTBI requires an interdisciplinary approach and a collaborative effort between the patient and all involved allied health care providers.
Fitting scleral lenses for Bell palsy and Ramsay Hunt syndrome
Well-fitting lenses greatly improve quality of life for patients.
Study finds significant variance across imaging modalities on sizes of geographic atrophy areas
A single, consistent modality leads to better geographic atrophy tracking.
Dry eyes: An integrative clinical approach from a holistic health perspective
Approaching dry eye disease holistically will empower patients to take charge with personalized home health solutions.
Dry eye after LASIK is a common problem
Proper management results in better expectations, outcomes for patients.
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