The micropulse laser represents a relatively new frontier among retinal specialists.
Macular holes (MHs) are tears in the retina’s fovea centralis, and can be acquired, acute or subacute, spontaneous or traumatic. They can cause the severe deterioration of eyesight if left untreated.
Danny Haddad, MD, chief of program at Orbis International, shares an update on how the company's operations have shifted during the coronavirus pandemic, as well as the record-breaking impact on one
Patients with diabetic macular edema (DME) being treated in a real-world clinical practice receive fewer injections of anti-vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF) injections and their visual gains may be worse compared with patients wh
Diabetic retinopathy (DR) is a vision-stealing complication of diabetes that has been effectively assessed by human graders of fundus photographs using tele-ophthalmology screening.
Intravitreal injections used to treat a variety of ocular diseases may themselves contribute to progressive visual loss with chronic administration over years, according to researchers.
A loyal Ophthalmology Times® reader shared with me a recent illuminating editorial on the history of physicians’ responses to plagues and the duties of us doctors in the current coronavirus epidemic.
This article was reviewed by Mays A. El-Dairi, MD
Day after day, new information is added to the current knowledge about the severe acute respiratory syndrome COVID-19 virus and how it works.
This article was reviewed by Joseph F. Panarelli, MD