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In this study, patients with glaucoma undergoing topical antihypertensive (TAH) drugs had changes in the ocular surface and more dry eye symptoms than controls. Clinicians should recognize the influence of TAH drops on exacerbating ocular surface disease.
The purpose of this...
Sixty-degree nasal sectoral juxtacanalicular space goniotomy with the single-use Espaillat juxtacanalicular space slider device significantly reduced intraocular pressure and the number of required glaucoma hypotensive medications, with sustained reductions over 24 months.
iStent Inject implantation (iStent) or Kahook Dual Blade goniotomy (KDB) in combination with phacoemulsification have a similar IOP-lowering effect in all stages of glaucoma, and medications are significantly reduced, especially after KDB.
To compare the 2-year efficacy and...
Physicians were most likely to recommend primary medical therapy upon diagnosis of glaucoma. Laser therapy was underutilized where they were available. Physicians were more likely to recommend surgery in severe glaucoma, laser therapy in mild glaucoma, while recommendation of medical...
Subgrouping of angle closure mechanisms based on the swept-source optical coherence tomography images may help to identify the predominant underlying anatomic mechanism, evaluate personal treatment, and improve the better outcomes.
The purpose of this study was to evaluate...
Sutureless deep sclerectomy (SDS) achieved significant reduction in primary open angle glaucoma (POAG) and juvenile open angle glaucoma (JOAG).
To assess long-term results of SDS in cases with POAG and JOAG.
Patients and Methods:
A prospective interventional study included...
Reduced optic disc vessel density determined by swept-source optical coherence tomography angiography (SS-OCTA) was associated with visual field (VF) deterioration in glaucomatous eyes, which suggested that this parameter can be a potential biomarker that correlates well with functional...
An optical coherence tomography (OCT)-based multimodal deep learning (DL) classification model, including texture information, is introduced that outperforms single-modal models and multimodal models without texture information for glaucoma diagnosis in eyes with and without high...
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