Expert Review of Ophthalmology

 
 

  • Corneal Refractive Surgery-related Dry Eye Dry eye is common after corneal refractive surgery. What are the possible interventions clinicians can consider to avoid, prevent, and treat this complication?
  • PDGF: Ophthalmology's Next Great Target Could a combination of anti-PDGF and anti-VEGF drugs work more effectively than anti-VEGF drugs alone in patients with exudative AMD? This new study looks at the latest research.
  • Dual VEGF and PDGF Antagonists to Treat Exudative AMD Is inhibition of both VEGF and PDGF more effective in the treatment of exudative AMD than VEGF inhibition alone?
  • Advances in Cataract Surgery Innovations have transformed the goal of cataract surgery from purely visual rehabilitation to a refractive procedure. This new article gives us an overview of the latest advancements.
  • Surgical Management of Posterior Uveal Melanoma Uveal melanoma is the most common primary malignancy of the eye in adults and affects approximately 4 people per million in the US each year. Find out how globe-salvaging treatment and more are improving outcomes.
  • Microincision Cataract Surgery Microincision cataract surgery is one of the ways of the modern cataract surgery. How does it stack up compared to other methods?
  • Modern Management of Ocular Surface Squamous Neoplasia Are surgical techniques or medical approaches preferred in the management of ocular surface squamous neoplasia? This study explores the most recent advances.
  • Intravitreal Aflibercept to Treat Macular Edema From CRVO The use of aflibercept in the setting of central retinal vein occlusion is examined here, along with the role it may potentially play in the expanding indications for anti-VEGF agents.
  • Posterior Capsule Opacification After Lens Implantation Posterior capsule opacification can sometimes occur in patients after cataract surgery. Is it preventable?
  • Antibiotic Resistance and Treating Ophthalmic Infections Is antibiotic resistance a common problem for clinicians when treating ocular infections and, if so, how can they work around this problem to treat the infections effectively?
  • Epidemiology and Genetics of Myopic Refractive Error This new study gives a detailed overview of the genetics of myopic refrative error and how the disease presents and evolves.
  • OCT and Fundus Autofluorescence Imaging in Uveitis Are OCT and fundus autofluorescence imaging effective methods for diagnosing and managing uveitis?
  • Multiple Sclerosis-associated Uveitis Are ocular diseases, such as uveitis, common in patients with MS and, if so, how and why do they develop? This new study takes an in-depth look at the possible reasons.
  • Ocular Complications of HIV/AIDS in the Era of HAART What types of ocular diseases could potentially present in patients with HIV/AIDS on HAART? This new report explains.
  • Retinal Detachment Surgery: Experience vs Clinical Trials What is the most effective surgical technique for the treatment of rhegmatogenous retinal detachment? Is there one method that is considered superior?
  • Diabetic Retinopathy Management Guidelines What do the latest treatment guidelines say about managing diabetic retinopathy? Are there any new drug therapies on the market, for example?
  • Intraocular Tuberculosis How exactly does the eye become infected from tuberculosis and how is it best diagnosed and treated in the event of infection?
  • Vitreomacular Interface Diseases Vitreomacular adhesion-related disorders could potentially cause rapid deterioration of vision and ocular function. This new study examines the pathophysiology of these disorders and how they can be treated.
  • Diagnosis, Treatment, and Follow-up of Patients With AMD How well does the VEGF inhibitor, ranibizumab, work in patients with age-related macular degeneration, and are there new methods available for diagnosing the disease? This new study explains.
  • OCT in Cornea and Refractive Surgery Is optical coherence tomography the most preferred and advanced method of ocular imaging available? This new study takes a close look at the technique.
 
 
 
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