This article was reviewed by Ashley R. Brissettte, MD, MSc, FRCSC
Advancing pregnancy induces obvious physical changes for women over time. However, numerous not-so-obvious physiologic, hormonal, and metabolic changes also occur during pregnancy of which ophthalmologists should make themselves aware.
This article was reviewed by Rahul N. Khurana, MD
Artificial intelligence (AI) is the subject of numerous articles that tout how well machines function better than human ophthalmologists, but why is this happening?
This article was reviewed by David S. Boyer, MD
This article was reviewed by Steven Yeh, MD
This article was reviewed by Karolinne M. Rocha, MD, PhD
The changes to the eye caused by ectasia are profound and comprehensive—with shape, structure, strength, and sight affected.
This article was reviewed by William J. Dupps Jr., MD, PhD
Limbal stem cell deficiency (LSCD) is an ocular surface disorder that results from decreases in the number and function of corneal epithelial stem and progenitor cell
Viral retinitis is a rare disease that implies involvement of Herpesviridae, a family of double-stranded DNA viruses characterized by latency within the host’s cells after the primary infection, according to J.