Explore the latest in optics and refraction, including recent advances in materials, techniques, and approaches to correcting vision.
A 4-week-old male infant diagnosed with Peters anomaly type I underwent iridectomy. After the iridectomy, his corneal opacity precluded an accurate assessment of the anterior chamber depth and stability. What would you do next?
This cross-sectional study estimates the prevalence of uncorrected refractive error in older adults, particularly in those with age-related eye disease and who are unable to attend an outpatient clinic, and identifies the factors associated with uncorrected refractive error.
This cross-sectional population-based survey of Medicare beneficiaries 65 years and older examines if sociodemographic disparities are associated with low-vision devices and low-vision rehabilitation.
This cross-sectional study examines data from the US National Health and Aging Trends Study to estimate the prevalence of corrective lenses use among Medicare beneficiaries who are 65 years or older.
This cohort study assesses the incidence of myopia and high myopia in Chinese children in primary and junior high schools, based on refraction without cycloplegia.
This cross-sectional study compares peripapillary perfused capillary density in patients with myopic eyes with and without glaucoma.
This study uses national survey data to assess the prevalence and health-related correlates of housing problems among community health center patients.
A woman in her 60s with no ocular complaints underwent evaluation of an unusual optical coherence tomography finding. Her ocular history include myopia, controllred normal tension glaucoma, and mild cataracts. What is your diagnosis?
This study examines the changes in optical, mechanical, and acoustic impedance properties in porcine skin after electrochemical therapy.
This population-based cross-sectional study reports the ocular determinants of refractive error in Chinese American adults in Monterey Park, California.
This randomized clinical trial compares the rates of use for ready-made vs custom-made spectacles among school-aged children in an eye health program in India.
This meta-analysis evaluates the efficacy and adverse effects of various doses of atropine in the therapy for myopia among children.
This Arts and Medicine essay discusses the recent discovery of one in a series of Rembrandt paintings featuring physicians and patients, and the lessons the images hold for the contemporary practice of medicine.
This randomized clinical trial evaluates the effectiveness of rehabilitation services provided with low-vision devices compared with basic services accompanying the devices used in veterans with low vision due to macular diseases.
This commentary discusses a summary report of cohort studies published in JAMA Ophthalmology describing the frequency of patient-reported visual symptoms, dry eye symptoms, satisfaction with vision, and overall satisfaction following LASIK surgery.
This cross-sectional twin cohort study investigates the heritability of and factors associated with ganglion cell complex thickness in a healthy aging British population.
This study reports the frequency of patient-reported visual symptoms, dry eye symptoms, satisfaction with vision, and satisfaction with laser in situ keratomileusis (LASIK) surgery in the Patient-Reported Outcomes With LASIK (PROWL) studies.
This study evaluates the reliability and validity of the Patient-Reported Outcomes With LASIK questionnaire developed for use in determining patient-reported symptoms and satisfaction after undergoing LASIK.
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