Diabetic Retinopathy

Aflibercept helps in ME patients with DR after cataract surgeryPatients with diabetic retinopathy have a high risk of developing macular edema after cataract surgery. Intravitreal injections of aflibercept might result in fewer patients developing macular edema in this patient population.
Tracking growth of ultra-widefield imaging in disease managementUltra-widefield imaging has become an important component of a thorough eye exam and is taking on a larger role in retina and comprehensive ophthalmology.
Novel therapies could stem burden of diabetic eye diseaseA better understanding of the pathophysiologic mechanisms of diabetes has resulted in improved control of its local and systemic comorbidities. Further developments are needed, however, considering the growing number of diabetic patients and who are at risk for late-stage diabetic eye disease.
Retinectomy-under-air solution for retina reattachment
Retinectomy-under-air solution for retina reattachmentIn complicated retinal detachment cases where the retina fails to reattach after completing the usual steps, retinectomy is a better technique than relaxing retinotomy‚Äďand the retinectomy is best done incrementally under air, said Steve Charles, MD.
Treating ROP: Substantial benefits make anti-VEGF preferred for Zone I disease
Treating ROP: Substantial benefits make anti-VEGF preferred for Zone I diseaseAnti-VEGF therapy for Zone I retinopathy of prematurity (ROP) is associated with better structural and functional outcomes than laser therapy, but also a longer recurrence risk period, said Helen A. Mintz-Hittner, MD.
Aflibercept rivals laser for diabetic retinopathyIntravitreal aflibercept worked better than panretinal photocoagulation (PRP) for proliferative diabetic retinopathy (PDR) in a new head-to-head trial, according to researchers.
New technology takes invisibility cloak off in retinal imaging
New technology takes invisibility cloak off in retinal imagingNew imaging technologies, such as ultra-wide-field fluorescein angiography and optical coherence tomography angiography, are providing more details about retinal diseases than previous imaging technologies, leading to better understanding of disease processes.
Enhancing retinal surgery with 27-gauge instrumentation
Enhancing retinal surgery with 27-gauge instrumentationThe use of 27-gauge instrumentation provides several surgical advantages compared with larger tools in retinal surgery, particularly in difficult cases.
Seeing the reality of artificial vision
Seeing the reality of artificial visionOphthalmology may be one step closer to the hope of providing artificial vision for individuals affected by virtually all forms of blindness.
Computer-based image analysis promising for ROPComputers may make more reliable diagnoses of plus disease in retinopathy of prematurity than individual clinicians, a researcher reports.
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