Precision medicine in diabetic macular edema: Expert consensus on the efficacy and safety of the 0.19-mg fluocinolone acetonide implant
Results from expert surveys provide snapshots of our understanding of DME and shed light on where the 0.19-mg FAc implant stands in the current standard of care.
Editorial: Welcome to the Metaverse
VR will have very useful applications in many fields. One of those fields is ophthalmology.
Listening to the heart: Lessons from cardiology in remote monitoring and AI
Rather than speculating in a vacuum about the future of remote monitoring in ophthalmology, it is better to explore how other specialties in medicine adopted and integrated remote monitoring into their care plan frameworks.
SNAPS Eye Shield: Creating the gold standard for postoperative ocular protection
Despite its status as an essential postoperative safety eye product and its utilization by every ocular surgeon with every ocular surgery, eye shield innovation has been neglected to date.
Gene Therapy: What’s to Come?
With a robust pipeline, new hope for Stargardt disease and retinitis pigmentosa may be on the horizon.
Intravitreal pegcetacoplan for retinal tissue preservation in patients with GA
Garg reported the 30-month data showing that patients receiving pegcetacoplan experienced an increasing treatment effect compared with sham (ie, a decrease in GA lesion area over time).
Using virtual reality mobility testing as a standardized clinical end point in inherited retinal disorders
The use of VR mazes hold an intrinsic advantage compared with physical mazes in the ability to control conditions and test various patterns with reliability, participant safety, and repeatability.
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