Explore the latest in cataract and other lens disorders, including recent advances in technologies and surgical approaches to cataracts.
This study uses data from the National Health and Aging Trends Study to determine the association of cognitive impairment and dementia with receipt of cataract surgery among community-dwelling Medicare beneficiaries.
This population-based cohort study examines the association between cataract surgical adverse events and late surgeon career stage in adults undergoing cataract surgery in Canada.
This case report describes a 68-year-old man with a triangular cataract along the anterior Y-suture lines of the right eye.
This study determines whether implantation of the iStent concurrent with cataract surgery is associated with reduced use of ocular antihypertensive medications in a US health care claims database.
This population-based study assesses whether cataract surgery is associated with a reduction in serious traffic crashes where the patient was the driver.
In this narrative medicine essay, an opthalmalogist recounts the unexpected results of a cataract removal from a patient who had been blind since she was a teenager following a severe infection that had permanently scarred her corneas.
This longitudinal study investigates the association of atopic dermatitis with subsequent cataract development and cataract surgery in a Korean pediatric population.
This study population-based cohort identifies patient characteristics associated with receiving cataract surgery within the US Medicare and Veterans Health Administration populations.
This case report describes bilateral crystalline lens subluxation in a young boy with Marfan syndrome.
In this cross-sectional study, the authors describe their findings of reliable systematic reviews that support topics likely to be addressed in the 2016 American Academy of Ophthalmology Preferred Practice Pattern guidelines.
This case describes a man who presented with a corneal scar, iris defect and heterochromia, and a cataract 2 years after his cornea was scratched. What would you do?
This cohort study determines if older adults with smaller social support networks are less likely to receive cataract surgery.
This new instrument review describes the use of a portable 3-dimensional microsurgical recording system, combined with existing virtual reality technology, to record phacoemulsification surgery and discusses the potential use of this technology in surgical training.
This case report describes a 71-year-old man with psoriatic arthritis and stage IV cutaneous melanoma who presented with iritis in the right eye.
This cross-sectional study used a data set on Medicare beneficiaries receiving cataract surgery to identify all routine preoperative testing that takes place after the decision is made to operate.
This cross-sectional population-based survey determines the prevalence and causes of unilateral vision impairment and unilateral blindness in indigenous and nonindigenous Australians.
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