Some practitioners avoid Botox injections rather than risk blepharoptosis or diplopia. However, data show that injections in the central eyelid and brow areas are a safe option for chemodenervation, Cleveland Clinic researchers report.
Director of Cleveland Clinic’s Department of Ophthalmic Oncology discusses most effective treatments for both localized and multifocal ocular adnexal lymphoma, a rare form of lymphoma.
OCT systems have proven value in the clinical setting, but intraoperative OCT remains an emerging field. Cleveland Clinic’s PIONEER study finds OCT has distinct benefits for ophthalmic surgeons in the operating room.
Subtle signs of shaken baby syndrome might slip by the local pediatrician, but close examination and discovery of retinal hemorrhage helps Cleveland Clinic primary care team identify child abuse.
A 19-year-old male college student presents to the ER with left eye pain and redness that began after a sneeze. Find out how doctors arrived at a diagnosis of malignant hypertensive retinopathy.
The new ICD-10 codes, originally scheduled to be enacted in 2014, will go into effect on Oct. 1, 2015. Get tips from the Medical Director of Clinical Systems at Cleveland Clinic on how to prepare your ophthalmology practice.
Significant changes are coming to ophthalmology reimbursement in 2015. Some will affect the amount of money you make; others may even prompt changes in the way you operate your practice. Learn more.
The biology of how blood vessels in the retina and choroid develop is helping scientists examine abnormal angiogenesis and how to identify potential therapeutic approaches to prevent or reverse it.
Zebrafish are naturally able to heal damaged retinas and prevent scarring that can lead to loss of vision. Cleveland Clinic researchers hope to learn how to replicate that process in the human eye.
Best practice surgery for glaucoma is changing fast. University of Colorado School of Medicine ophthalmology professor and Chief of Glaucoma Services discusses how with MIGS, surgeons can choose from more treatment options on the market or on the way to it.