Eye Disease
Eye Disease
Tamara ThomasEye Disease | March 8, 2024
Low-density pigment in the macula may serve as an early warning sign of glaucoma.
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Tamara ThomasAI in Medicine | February 9, 2024
Studies have shown that diabetic retinopathy can be prevented with screening and early detection.
Lou PorteroEye Disease | January 25, 2024
When retinal cells are treated with cholesterol crystals, they undergo pathogenic mechanisms leading to diabetic retinopathy.
Tamara ThomasEye Disease | January 24, 2024
The number of syphilis cases in the U.S. has been steadily rising since 2001, but no study investigated syphilitic uveitis.
Lou PorteroEye Disease | January 12, 2024
People with glaucoma reported a lower quality of life, describing frustration in daily activitities.
Lou PorteroEye Disease | January 4, 2024
Research found that patients with diabetic foot ulcers had a higher percentage of macular edema.
Tamara ThomasEye Disease | October 26, 2023
African Americans were diagnosed with glaucoma at significantly younger ages than Whites.
Tamara ThomasEye Disease | September 20, 2023
Eye specialists are unsure when anti-VEGF treatment should start to achieve the best long-term outcome
Tamara ThomasEye Disease | September 12, 2023
An estimated 9.6 million people in the U.S. had diabetic-related eye disease – roughly 26% of diabetics.
Tamara ThomasEye Disease | August 22, 2023
Of study participants who had no signs of dDR at the start of the study, 18% developed some retinopathy at follow-up.
Tamara ThomasEye Disease | August 16, 2023
AI may help increase health equity in diabetic eye disease (DED) testing by giving patients at risk access to screening
Lou PorteroEye Disease | June 30, 2023
Women are more likely to develop AMD because they are more likely to reach the age where the disease is most common.
Lou PorteroEye Disease | June 30, 2023
Many rural areas have a significant healthcare gap, severely affecting disorders like wet age-related macular degeneration.
Lou PorteroEye Disease | June 9, 2023
Individuals may forgo necessary preventive care and treatments for DME due to cost, potentially leading to worse outcomes.
Lou PorteroEye Disease | June 9, 2023
Hispanic and African American populations demonstrating higher rates of DME than their Caucasian counterparts.
Rob DillardDiabetes | August 18, 2023
Social, economic, and environmental barriers can play a role in one's risk of diabetes.
JC LandryDiabetes | August 18, 2023
Dr. Subramanian discusses the impact of race on short-term treatment response to bevacizumab (Avastin).
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