Medical News

Refractive Error and Retinopathy Outcomes in Type 1 Diabetes...
Ophthalmology.

Myopia is not associated with DR progression risk. Hyperopia is an independent risk factor for 2-step and 3-step DR...

23 Sep 2020

Ocular Symptoms Associated with Digital Device use in Contac...
Cont Lens Anterior Eye.

Frequent and severe eye fatigue is highly prevalent among both soft contact lens and non-contact lens wearers....

21 Sep 2020

Quantification of Vascular and Neuronal Changes in the Perip...
Br J Ophthalmol.

Retinal capillary remodelling in NPDR involves the peripapillary vascularisation too, as confirmed by OCTA...

17 Sep 2020

Reduced Minimum Rim Width of Optic Nerve Head: A Potential E...
Diabetes Res Clin Pract.

MRW reduction could be a potential early marker of retinal neurodegeneration detectable in pediatric patients with...

14 Sep 2020

Key Trials

Meta-Analysis of Prostaglandin Analogues for Treating IOP in Patients with POAG or OHT

The systematic review and meta-analysis demonstrates 0.03% bimatoprost to be more effective for controlling IOP compared to 0.005% latanoprost 0.004...

Improved Discrimination between NTG and POAG: Insights from the Leuven Eye Study

Amongst glaucoma patients, those with NTG prominently exhibit signs of vascular dysfunction. Hence a combination of conventional and advanced...

Impact of Topical Carbonic Anhydrase Inhibitors on Ocular Blood Flow: Literature Review and Meta-analysis

Topical CAI had a beneficial impact on ocular hemodynamics with increased ocular blood flow velocities and reduced vascular resistance in the...

Dorzolamide/Timolol vs. Brinzolamide/Timolol Fixed Combinations in Patients with POAG/NTG

A fixed dose combination of dorzolamide/timolol rather than brinzolamide/timolol maybe a preferred choice in patients with primary open angle...

Slide Library

Ulcerative Colitis: Ocular complications

Ocular complications may occur in patients with ulcerative colitis. This slide set describes the ocular manifestations that may affect ulcerative...

 
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Ocular Manifestations of Systemic Medications

Among all body organs, eye manifests drug toxicity, second only to the liver. Ocular disorders occur not only from topical drugs, but also from...

 
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IOL Power Calculation in Children

Congenital cataract is the most common cause of treatable childhood blindness. Even though pediatric cataract surgery is evolving, intraocular lens...

 
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Macular Hole Surgery

Macular hole surgery (MHS) is currently the mainstay for treatment of large full-thickness macular holes (FTMH). The current slide set highlights...

 
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Our Publications

Surgical Insight: Part 2 - Keratoconus and its Management

The current issue of Surgical Insights gives a brief on the surgical management procedures of keratoconus like corneal cross-linking and its types,...

Surgical Insight - A Review on Surface Ablation Techniques

Today, surface ablations techniques are emerging as safe and effective refractive surgical options. The current issue of surgical insight gives a...

Surgical Insight: Part 1 - Keratoconus and its Management

Keratoconus, a bilateral and asymmetric corneal degeneration characterized by localized corneal thinning, is the most common primary ectasia. This...

Hypertension and Eye-Issue 2

Systemic hypertension is a common condition associated with significant morbidity and mortality. This issue of hypertension and eye booklet aims to...

Patient Education

Age-related Macular Degeneration

Age-related Macular Degeneration (AMD) is a common eye condition and a leading cause of vision loss among people age 50 and older. This patient educa...

Diabetic Retinopathy

Diabetic retinopathy (DR) is the most common and most serious of the ocular complications of diabetes mellitus. This patient education leaflet on DR...

Eye Ergonomics

Visual discomfort is a frequent complaint of computer workers. Eyestrain, headaches and blurred vision are the most common problems reported. This vi...

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