House dust mites and pollen frequently cause an allergic response in these patients, a study shows.
Findings show parents may have inaccurate perceptions of activities that affect their child’s eye health and vision and how to minimize risks.
A man in his late 40s comes to the emergency department with a complaint of blurry vision that lasted for approximately 20 minutes before returning to normal. The loss of focused vision affected both eyes. Can you make the diagnosis?
The October approvals include treatments for acute pain, opioid overdose, dry eye disease, and COVID-19 vaccine for children 5 to 11 years of age.
A 22-year-old man is brought to the emergency department for the management of facial trauma sustained during an assault at a nightclub.
Ischemic optic neuropathies are the most common acute optic nerve pathology in patients older than 50 years of age.
In a secondary analysis of data from the EVICT study, conditions such as chorioretinal scarring, retinal detachment, and other posterior pathology were present in 19.2% of EVD survivors.
Thyroid disease prevention strategies may help stave off AMD.
A study shows the effects of these devices are no different than standard clear lenses.
Researchers identify a substantial shift in myopia progression since the pandemic forced many indoors and on screens.
Researchers recommend sealing any gaps in facemasks of patients receiving drops.
Patients with ocular rosacea who underwent combined treatments reported less discomfort.
The researchers assessed the rate of diabetic retinopathy progression in pregnant women with type 1 diabetes and its predictors.
January 2021 FDA approvals of import to physician assistants and nurse practitioners include treatments for HIV, heart failure, dry eye disease, and light chain amyloidosis.
Lens densitometry values significantly higher in children with atopic dermatitis.
Researchers evaluated the relationship between American Heart Association Life’s Simple 7 metrics and occurence of ocular diseases.
About 10% of children undergoing school-based screening have a visual problem.
Patients with ocular symptoms more likely to have higher white blood cell count, neutrophil count.
Variation in prevalence of eye exams from 43.9% in Puerto Rico to 64.8% in Rhode Island.