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Data support adding suprachoroidal injection to anti-VEGF for RVOResults from the phase II TANZANITE clinical trial support further investigation of adding suprachoroidal triamcinolone acetonide to anti-vascular endothelial growth factor therapy for treatment-naïve retinal vein occlusion.
Top problems with EHRs and emerging risks jeopardize care qualityAn ASH presenter describes how better health IT and better institutional practices are necessary to leverage EHRs for quality of care.
Risky antibiotic use threatens patientsA new study suggests that patients are willing to use antibiotics without contacting a doctor. Here’s how execs can curb this and avoid antibiotic resistance.
Imaging for Horner syndrome: Balancing cost with diagnostic accuracyA single contrast-enhanced brain magnetic resonance imaging extending to the level of T2 in the chest and pharmacologic confirmation without localization seems appropriate to identify lesions in patients with Horner syndrome.
Finding the right dosing for obese pediatric patientsDetermining the correct medication dosing for obese pediatric patients is extremely challenging and data on the subject is limited.
Pain without stain poses diagnostic and therapeutic dilemmaKeratoneuralgia, also known as “pain without stain” is primarily a clinical diagnosis made for patients with corneal pain symptoms with minimal-to-no clinical signs and minimally, if at all, relieved by conventional dry eye treatments.
Timothy Stout named BCM ophthalmology chairmanBaylor College of Medicine (BCM) has named Timothy Stout, MD, PhD, as its new ophthalmology department chairman.
Texas Children’s Hospital opens stone clinic, adds urologistsHouston-based Texas Children’s Hospital has opened a new pediatric stone clinic to provide comprehensive care for children and adolescents with kidney stones.