In patients with obstructive sleep apnea and normal intraocular pressures, imaging of the optic nerve showed some changes associated withContinue reading
Are patients with glaucoma afraid of falling?
Patients with glaucoma who are afraid of having falls may also have decreased quality of life.Continue reading
Scleral spur as a new diagnostic tool for glaucoma
OCT imaging shows that it is significantly shorter in glaucomatous eyes versus healthy eyes.Continue reading
Using 24-hour eye pressure measurements in glaucoma research
Better designed studies will facilitate a greater understanding of the physiology and pathology of IOP changes, making glaucoma treatments moreContinue reading
Glaucoma drainage implant surgery does not change corneal topography
However, there is a transient increase in central thickness, and there is a significant decline in endothelial cell density aContinue reading
Optic disc tilt may predict glaucoma progression in a subset of patients
The results of this study show that in patients with myopia and normal tension glaucoma, the way the disc isContinue reading
Cataract or glaucoma surgery first?
This 5-year follow-up retrospective cohort study says that it doesn’t matter.Continue reading
A-scan biometrics correlate with ciliary body visualization on gonioscopy
In patients with primary angle closure glaucoma and in whom the ciliary body processes were seen on gonioscopy, the axialContinue reading