Clinical Diagnosis-Ophthalmology

OCT imaging yields better visualizationFuture increases in imaging speed will improve performance and functionality for OCT and OCT angiography (OCTA), said James Fujimoto, PhD.
Nystagmus diagnosis begins with thorough eye examA careful clinical workup, along with genetic testing, can help pinpoint what is behind congenital and infantile nystagmus.
POAG: Enigmatic group of heterogenous diseases?Various subtypes of primary open-angle glaucoma might exist. Continued research is needed to identify the characteristics of each subtype for better management.
Promising advances in uveal melanoma treatmentImmunotherapy and other investigational treatments appear to be promising for uveal melanoma, according to Carol Shields, MD.
Updated hand-held tonometer enhances clinical experienceA newly released hand-held tonometer model (Icare ic100, Icare U.S.A.) features several design upgrades while retaining the rebound technology for measuring IOP that was at the core of the earlier model.