This retrospective clinical audit was conducted over a 6-week period in February-March, 2016, and comprised data of patients who underwent cataract
surgery from January 2011 to December 2015.
The first study, Distribution of preoperative corneal astigmatism and postoperative refractive astigmatism in a large population of patients undergoing cataract
surgery in the UK, is a retrospective analysis of electronic medical records from eight ophthalmology clinics in the UK including 110,468 eyes from 76,910 patients aged 65 and older.
The lens becomes opaque, hardens, the cataract
develops, and the dog loses vision.
If your cataract
is in an early stage, you might be able to improve your vision with something as simple as better lighting.
In addition to making more precise openings in the cornea, the laser also pre-softens the lens so less ultrasound energy is required to break up the cataract
1% Nepafenac, 8-hourly, in operated eye after cataract
surgery for three months, along with routine post-operative medications.
is still the leading cause of blindness and visual loss worldwide but fortunately, in almost every case, vision can be improved and restored to a good level using modern cataract
is a common condition in which the lens of the eye becomes cloudy as a result of oxidation over time.
The 10-year assessment revealed a 33% lower risk of cataract
progression in women whose diet was rich in foods containing vitamin C.
operation today is a quick outpatient procedure with rapid recovery of visual function and almost negligible surgical morbidity.
Why are some eye centers under investigation for cataract
surgeries that were performed in their facilities?
is the most common easily correctable cause of blindness in developing regions of the world.
M2 PHARMA-June 8, 2015-North America Ophthalmology Cataract
Surgery Devices Market to Reach USD 3.
is the most common age-related eye disease and the most treatable cause of visual loss in adults.
If you've noticed that your vision seems cloudy, it's possible that you may be developing a cataract
in one or both of your eyes.