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Angiography within anterior imaging
It is important with corneal angiography to remember that every patient is different so your technique might very slightly from patient to patient.
Low-dose atropine for myopia in children: two years of experience
Children in Tel Aviv have been treated with nightly atropine drops, significantly slowing the progression of myopia.
Exploring the effects of anti-VEGF therapy on retinal diseases
Aflibercept, an anti-VEGF agent, can enable treatment interval extensions and provide rapid and sustained vision gain in retinal vascular diseases as well as significantly reducing the severity of diabetic retinopathy.
New study finds association between myopic progression and reading position
It is not better to sit up straight to read, a long-term study has concluded. Finnish researchers Olavi Pärssinen and Markku Kauppinen published their results in Acta Ophthalmologica this month.
Keeler welcomes optometry students to Windsor headquarters
Ophthalmic instrument manufacturer Keeler has recently hosted undergraduate optometry students at its UK headquarters in Windsor, Berkshire. Visitors included students from the University of Bradford, Anglia Ruskin University and Aston University.
Retinal prosthetic device beneficial for blind patients with retinitis pigmentosa
Patients who are blind from retinitis pigmentosa continue to benefit from a safe retinal implant after 3 years, Ophthalmology reported
Retinal prosthetic device beneficial for blind patients with retinitis pigmentosa
Patients who are blind from retinitis pigmentosa continue to benefit from a safe retinal implant after 3 years, Ophthalmology reported
Microglia implicated in inherited retinitis pigmentosa
Retinal microglia contribute to rod demise in retinitis pigmentosa—a blinding hereditary retinal disease for which there is currently no approved treatment, according to a recent study.
Gene therapy for choroideremia may be on horizon
Gene therapy to treat choroideremia is one step closer to reality thanks to a new study.
Google Glass successfully records scleral buckling surgery
Google Glass may be the answer for retina surgeons who struggle to record scleral buckling surgery, according to a recent study published in JAMA Ophthalmology.

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