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Lasik Surgery in HIV Positive Patients – Safety and Success

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Grant Justin, MD, San Antonio, shared the result of a study at a recent ASCRS Meeting 2019 refractive surgery complications and risk Factor for HIV positive patients in the military. The objective of the study were to assess the frequency of refractive surgery performed on HIV positive active duty service member, retirees, and their dependents,

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Non Invasive Treatment For Patients Unsatisfied with their Vision Following Cataract or Lasik Surgery

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Rajesh Rajpal, MD, Mc- Lean, Virginia discussed how corneal collagen cross linking could be implemented as a refractive procedure post-cataract surgery in addition to being a treatment for keratoconus. Cross linking involves using oxygen, riboflavin, and UV light to stabilize the cornea. But the PiXL device (Avedro), which is not yet available in the United

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All u need to know about Lasik

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Now you can finally say goodbye to hazy and blurred vision and end your dependence on spectacles or contact lenses! Introducing High Technology Treatments from Ojas LASIK (Laser-in Situ keratomileusis) is the latest breakthrough in vision Technology that has transformed the lifestyle of spectacle and contact Lens users all over the world. LASIK eliminates a

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Say good – bye to dependence on glasses and contact lenses

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So what can CustomLASIK do for me? Clinical studies have shown that CustomLASIK can improve not only you can see but also how well you can see. In the past, vision was measured using a standard vision chart. If you could see the letters, the doctor would proclaim your vision as a number, such as

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Association of Near work and Myopia in Children

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Ku et al ( p. 214 ) conducted a nationwide, population-based prospective study to examine the association between near visual activities and incident myopia in Taiwanese children over 4 year of follow-up. The study involved 1958 Children from the Taiwan 2009 National Health Interview Surgery. The researchers estimated the association between incident myopia and 3

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LASIK – Answers To Frequently Asked Questions

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What is the Basic for patient selection in LASIK surgery? The patient should: Be above 18 years of age. The patient’s vision and his prescription lens power must be stable over the past six months. What diagnostic tests are required before one can undergo LASIK procedure? Besides routine eye examination two preoperative tests –  Topography

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Different Treatments For Removing Eye Glass Numbers

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Introducing High Technology Treatment from Ojas LASIK ( Laser-in Situ keratomileusis) is the latest breakthrough in vision technology that has transformed the lifestyle of spectacle and contact lens users all over the world. LASIK eliminates a life-time of dependence on glasses and contact lenses in just a matter of seconds. The thousand of operations we

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Non surgical treatment for Keratoconus – latest advancement with eye drops

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IVMED-80 (iVeena), which has received an orphan drug designation from the FDA. This  drug  has copper as an active ingredient, to enhance the activity of lysyl oxidase. Keratoconus occurs, Dr. Ambati explained, when there is a deficiency of natural crosslinks in the cornea, which is associated with lysyl oxidase mutations. Donor tissue that had been

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Endophthalmitis – eye infection IOP – eye pressure

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A novel innovation to Alter the refractive index of the eye through Laser. Scott MacRae, MD, Rochester, New York, introduced laser-induced refractive index change (LIRIC, Clerio Vision) as an innovation that he said has the potential to be a better, safer way to refine optics of the eye. It could be used to revolutionize refractive

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Glaucoma

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A new innovation in Glaucoma treatment. The Beacon Aqueous Microshunt (MicroOptix) –  the brain child of David Brown, MD, 20 years in development-is 3.1 mm in length with an external flange width of 7 mm. It is implanted into a paracentesis-like incision, allowing aqueous to flow through a central channel.  Mitigation against retrograde flow of

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