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When weighing the decision to adopt minimally invasive glaucoma surgery (MIGS) into their practice, several advantages may support surgeons’ rationale, according to Richard A. Lewis, MD.
Measles has long been one of the leading causes of childhood blindness worldwide, but with the recent U.S. outbreak—due to a decrease in vaccination compliance for the disease—many parents nationwide are growing concerned. While there...
With the vast of information available online these days, it is only natural to want to search via ‘Google’ a past or current love, or even a potential employer to find out more about them.
Patients also tend to search the Internet...
Postmarketing clinical experience with ocriplasmin shows treatment success is higher when patients are chosen based on ideal criteria. No safety signals have emerged, but safety is being investigated more closely in ongoing trials.
Studies that focus on switching treatments for exudative age-related macular degeneration may represent more real-life scenarios. However, future prospective studies with predetermined switching criteria and follow-up are needed.
In assessing patients with glaucoma, ophthalmologists should look beyond the standard clinical metrics and consider how the disease may be impacting daily living.
A majority of Americans say they would be willing to use videos for their physician visit, according to a Harris Poll survey.
A novel photo-sharing app will most definitely not be named ‘the new Instagram’ for those who enjoy posting selfies or photos of their cats.
Overcoming objections is one of the most difficult techniques for opticians (and most salespeople) to master.