Interventions for the initial, active phase of thyroid eye disease (TED) include treatments for dry eye and immunosuppression. Once the disease stabilizes, usually after 18-36 months, surgical procedures can help restore eye function and appearance.Read More
J. Bradley Randleman, MD, summarizes evidence-based guidelines for better outcomes in patients having cataract surgery after refractive surgery.
Ophthalmic imaging, including photography, angiography and ultrasound, has become essential for diagnosis in modern ophthalmology. See 14 notable images captured by Cole Eye Institute’s imaging team.
The effect of low-dose atropine and dual-focus contact lenses — common treatments for myopia — is unknown in children with comorbid eye conditions like intermittent exotropia. Elective myopia treatments may counter treatments needed for other conditions.
Inflammation can occur months after intravitreal therapy is started, and it can lead to severe vision loss. Follow these tips to screen for and manage treatment-triggered uveitis.
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See Cole Eye Institute experts at AAO 2023 to learn about the latest in research and clinical care, from glaucoma surgery to thyroid eye disease to challenging uveitis.
A Cole Eye Institute research team will study the role of inflammation in retinal regeneration in zebrafish, with support from a new four-year grant from the National Eye Institute.
Numerous cancer treatments have been shown to have side effects such as ocular toxicities.
Cancer metastasis to the eye can manifest as ocular motility issues, blurry vision, and sunken or bulging eyes. Ophthalmologists can contribute to prompt diagnosis and treatment to improve a patient’s quality of life.
A JAMA Ophthalmology study reveals the pitfalls of using artificial intelligence tools like ChatGPT to generate ophthalmic research abstracts and references.
Minimally invasive glaucoma surgery (MIGS) isn’t just for mild to moderate conditions. It is safer and may be more effective than tube shunts in patients with uveitic and steroid-induced glaucoma.