William Hogue, OD, MS, sat down with Optometry Times to outline what symptoms and risk factors eye care providers should look out for in identifying central serous chorioretinopathy in their patients, as well as what treatment options are available.
When a patient has low contrast sensitivity, it means they have difficulty perceiving and distinguishing objects or patterns with subtle differences in contrast. This can have several implications for their vision and daily life, since our world is not merely black and white.
The report, released by the American Optometric Association and the Deloitte Economics Institute, illustrates the significant impact that screens have made in the workplace, and why it’s important that eye care providers help ease its cost.
Oculomics and oculometrics are part of an emerging field that looks at using the eye and eye movements as a biomarker for systemic and neurologic health. This article will review some of the recent findings correlating ocular structures and eye movement function with neurologic and cerebrovascular disease and discuss the future of eye care in the neurologic space.
Bonnie An Henderson, MD, cofounder of EnVision Summit, sits down with Optometry Times to detail the upcoming event that takes a unique, family-friendly approach to centering diversity in the eye care profession.