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Subjective Vision Matters Most to Presbyopes

Satisfaction and stability are key predictors of patients’ willingness to purchase multifocal contact lenses.
April 2, 2019

Reading Drug Labels is Impossible For Emerging Presbyopes

For these patients, font sizes less than 1mm can’t be read at any distance.
April 1, 2019

Better Nutrition May Protect Against Amblyopia

Study says children with the condition could benefit from vitamin B12, folate.
March 27, 2019

Spotting the Telltale Signs of Plaquenil Toxicity

Subtle but characteristic alterations on OCT are often your first clue.
March 15, 2019

New Device Promises Speedy, Precise Refractions

Manufacturer Luneau says combining wavefront scanning with subjective testing saves time and improves prescriptions.
March 14, 2019

Computer Vision Syndrome: A Glaring Problem

Critical fusion frequency is a good indicator of this condition.
March 14, 2019

Cold Hands Can Cause Transient VF Impairment

Patients with glaucoma and Flammer syndrome may be at increased risk due to reduced ocular blood flow.
February 26, 2019

New Method Offers Alternative to Standard Automated Perimetry

An inexpensive eye tracker and a tablet computer are a feasible way to examine visual fields.
February 26, 2019

Worse Vision Means Better Spectacle Compliance

Teasing and bullying, however, discourage spectacle correction.
February 12, 2019

Convergence Insufficiency Diagnostic Criteria: An Unmet Need

Clinicians use a range of approaches, leading to inaccurate or missed diagnoses.
February 1, 2019