Researchers evaluate visual acuities after cataract surgery of patients with type 2 diabetes and establish predictive metrics.
All articles by Lauren Dembeck, PhD
Investigators found no significant differences in the binocular best corrected visual acuity, central retinal thickness or driving standard results of patients who underwent 2 types of procedures.
Patients with neurotrophic keratopathy who have a history of diabetes, herpetic keratitis, or have undergone corneal transplantation have worse visual acuity.
An SS-OCT metric could foretell the development of referable eye disease, a report shows.
Patients who are Black or Latino are 2 to 3 times more likely than patients who are White to develop diabetic eye disease, but are less likely to be screened for one, according to a report.
Study offers a cut-off TSI level that might be able to discriminate between active and inactive TED.
The system sufficiently diagnosed nonproliferative disease using ultra widefield color fundus images.
The drug-delivery device maintained efficacy after 3 years, researchers say.
The choroid appears to be abnormal throughout the macula in the eyes of patients with proliferative diabetic retinopathy.