Explore the latest in ophthalmology, including recent advances in diagnosis and management of glaucoma, lens and retinal disorders, and more.
This cohort study analyzes the association of COVID-19–related lockdown measures with myopia progression in schoolchildren using data from 2 independent longitudinal studies and compares the performance of defocus incorporated multiple segments lens with single vision lens in reducing myopia progression.
This narrative review addresses challenges and topics related to the development and adoption of standards of care within ophthalmology.
This post hoc analysis of 3 randomized clinical trials evaluates patterns in antifungal resistance in patients in South India.
This cross-sectional study of patients undergoing phacoemulsification cataract surgery assesses whether use of a deep learning detection network and computer vision tools can provide real-time surgical guidance.
A 49-year-old man with a history of diabetes, hypertension, intravenous drug abuse, and multiple sexual partners presented with painless vision loss in both eyes for 10 days, left eye worse than right eye, and photophobia in both eyes. What would you do next?
This cohort study investigates the 8-year incidence of myopia and change in ocular biometry in young adults and their association with the known risk factors for childhood myopia.
This post hoc analysis of the LEAVO Trial assesses best-corrected visual acuity outcomes at 100 weeks based on macular fluid resolution patterns by 52 and 100 weeks among patients receiving anti–vascular endothelial growth factor therapy for central retinal vein occlusion–related macular edema.
A patient with a history of normal-tension glaucoma and 5 years of latanoprost treatment for an enlarged cup-disc ratio presented with a blurred spot in the central vision of the right eye. What would you do next?
This cohort study assesses the relative benefits and harms associated with genetic cholesteryl ester transfer protein deficiency.
This Viewpoint shares insights for building more accessible conferences for attendees with vision disabilities.
This cross-sectional study examines the application of anomaly detection to retinal diseases.
This cross-sectional study evaluates whether disparities in ophthalmic conditions and services exist between North American Native individuals and non-Hispanic White individuals in the US.
A 12-year-old girl with bilateral panuveitis presented for abnormal gait. Her subsequent workup revealed elevated inflammatory markers and subcentimeter chest and abdominal lymph nodes. What would you do next?
A 58-year-old man had a large, white, preretinal lesion in the inferior macula and a retinal detachment with no identifiable retinal break and shifting subretinal fluid. Four months prior to presentation, he had traveled to Costa Rica on vacation and fallen ill with fevers, night sweats, and myalgias. What would you do next?
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