NASA has struggled to understand why many astronauts, upon returning from space missions, have experienced moderate to severe eye problems and changes to their vision, said Dorit Donoviel, PhD.
Medical information on the Internet is available 24/7 and knows no geographic limits. Patients can educate themselves while in bed, on the sofa, or while commuting. Such access facilitates saving time, money, and embarrassment for...
The advent of anti-vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF) therapy has been a tremendous advance for the treatment of retinal vein occlusion (RVO), but many other opportunities exist, said Joan W. Miller, MD.
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A new presbyopia-correcting IOL has a novel optic combining two complementary diffractive technologies. Results from bench and clinical testing show it provides a full range of continuous, high-quality vision, minimizes dysphotopsias...
A stitch-less blepharoplasty procedure is possible with use of a new topical skin adhesive.
Alcon recently announced a partnership to in-license Google’s smart lens technology, but many questions remain. What will this new product bring to eye care and will it change ocular medicine?
Examining the pros and cons of maintaining or starting an optical dispensary within an ophthalmic practice.