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AcrySof IOLs Found
In a retrospective comparison of post-implantation cases of residual refractive astigmatism, researches found AcrySof's intraocular lenses less likely to misalign.
The mortality rate of AMD patients who received a bevacizumab injection 3 or 6 months after stroke was, in the study’s words, “worrying” compared to the rate of those who did not.
With Congenital Zika Syndrome affecting not only the brain, but also the ears and eyes of patients it is important to have properly trained specialists in these fields and others to give them the treatment they need.
There is a well known connection between the Zika virus and neurological issues. Continued research of the virus has also shown a connection to vision impairment and other problems as well.
The Defense and Veterans Eye Injury and Vision Registry monitors damage to the eyes of military members, in hopes of synchronizing care across departments and informing eye protection policy in the armed forces.
Presented this week in Chicago at the American Academy of Ophthalmology 2016 Meeting, a novel new mobile application called Uvemaster may make it easier for clinicians to specifically diagnose uveitis.
Explaining diabetic macular edema to patients can be a challenge in itself. Going further to explain the injection process can take even more care for eye care professionals.
The treatment of diabetic retinopathy, particularly diabetic macular edema has come a long way over the past decade, especially since the approval of aflibrecept to treat these patients.
Researchers from the University of Pittsburgh compared the AmpliVue device to existing detection methods for ocular herpes simplex virus, affirming its accuracy and efficiency.

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