A new case-control study found that older people ages 70 and older living in South Korea’s urban areas were at a significantly higher risk for developing incident exudative age-related macular degeneration.
The European companies are collaborating in part of a strategic distribution partnership before the eProgressive smart glasses are available to the public later this year. The smart glasses use switchable lens technology to provide ease and comfort to patients needing progressive lenses.
A collaborative study has found that pupillometry as a clinical test may help identify biomarkers for major depressive disorder. The test identifies a subgroup of patients with anticipatory hypo-arousal subserving anhedonia symptomatology.
Robert Weiss, former president and CEO of The Cooper Companies, shares some of the latest optometric schooling developments from Vietnam in his work with Optometry Giving Sight, the Brian Holden Foundation, and Hanoi Medical University.
New developments to progress diagnostic criteria for Mild Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) are discussed by The Mild Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) Task Force of the American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine Brain Injury Special Interest Group.
Regarding both the amount and speed of symptom improvement, patients were more satisfied with the insert compared with the topical steroid, but there was no statistically significant difference vs the topical antihistamine in terms of satisfaction.