Neuro-optometric treatment for visual snow syndrome: recent advances
Friday September 15, 2023

No abstract

Inhibitory tagging in the superior colliculus during visual search
Wednesday September 06, 2023

Inhibitory tagging is an important feature of many models of saccade target selection, in particular those that are based on the notion of a neural[...]

Intraocular Pressure and Myopia Progression, Axial Length Elongation in Rural Chinese Children
Monday August 28, 2023

CONCLUSIONS: Myopic eyes have slightly higher intraocular pressure compared to emmetropic and hyperopic eyes, although it was not-clinically significant. However, intraocular pressure was not found[...]

Age exacerbates the effect of myopia on retinal capillaries and string vessels
Monday August 21, 2023

The retinal vasculature supplies oxygen and nutrition to the cells and is crucial for an adequate retinal function. In myopia, excessive eye growth is associated[...]

The Feasibility of an Educational Cartoon Video for Improving Adherence with Amblyopia Treatment in Children
Tuesday June 13, 2023

CONCLUSION: The Educational cartoon video is feasible for use in a clinical setting. These data showed a trend of improvement in adherence with both patching[...]

Using high-density perimetry to explore new approaches for characterizing visual field defects
Wednesday June 07, 2023

High-density threshold perimetry has found that conventional static threshold perimetry misses defects due to undersampling. However, high-density testing can be both slow and limited by[...]

Efficacy and Safety of 0.01% and 0.02% Atropine for the Treatment of Pediatric Myopia Progression Over 3 Years: A Randomized Clinical Trial
Thursday June 01, 2023

CONCLUSIONS AND RELEVANCE: Results of this randomized clinical trial suggest efficacy for low-dose atropine, 0.01%, across all 3 main end points compared with placebo. The[...]

Development of a novel protocol to evaluate contact-lens related ocular surface health on marmosets (Callithrix jacchus)
Wednesday May 03, 2023

Contact lens wear affects the ocular surface and can cause contact lens-induced dry eye (CLIDE). The purpose of this study was bifold: (1) to develop[...]

IMI-Global Trends in Myopia Management Attitudes and Strategies in Clinical Practice-2022 Update
Monday May 01, 2023

CONCLUSIONS: More practitioners across the globe are practicing myopia control, but there are still significant differences between and within continents. Practitioners reported that embracing myopia[...]

Historical, Diagnostic, and Chromatic Treatment in Visual Snow Syndrome: A Retrospective Analysis
Tuesday April 18, 2023

CONCLUSIONS: The present information will help in understanding this unusual medicoperceptual condition, especially with respect to simple treatment frequently using readily available chromatic tints.

Differences in visual stimulation between reading and walking and implications for myopia development
Tuesday April 04, 2023

Visual input plays an important role in the development of myopia (nearsightedness), a visual disorder that blurs vision at far distances. The risk of myopia[...]

Traumatic Brain Injury Induces Microglial and Caspase3 Activation in the Retina
Saturday March 11, 2023

Traumatic brain injury (TBI) is among the main causes of sudden death after head trauma. These injuries can result in severe degeneration and neuronal cell[...]

Authors' Response
Wednesday March 01, 2023

No abstract

Letter to the Editor - Reply to Mr. Hytowitz
Wednesday February 01, 2023

No abstract

And still the hyperope remains neglected
Friday January 27, 2023

No abstract

20-20-20 Rule: Are These Numbers Justified?
Tuesday December 06, 2022

CONCLUSIONS: Although widely cited as a treatment option, these results do not support the proposal of using 20-second scheduled breaks as a therapeutic intervention for[...]

Validation of the DYOP visual acuity test
Friday November 18, 2022

CONCLUSIONS: The DYOP and letter charts differed significantly in their mean values with wide limits of agreement. DYOP had better within-subject SD and narrower limits[...]

Vergence/accommodative therapy for symptomatic convergence insufficiency in children: Time course of improvements in convergence function
Saturday October 22, 2022

CONCLUSION: Although the greatest improvements in NPC and PFV occurred in the first 4 weeks of therapy, most participants had weekly improvements over the subsequent[...]

Amblyopia and fixation eye movements
Thursday August 25, 2022

Amblyopia is a neurodevelopmental disorder caused by abnormal visual experience in early life that affects 3-5% of the population. Amblyopia results in a host of[...]

Blue-blocking filters do not alleviate signs and symptoms of digital eye strain
Friday January 21, 2022

CONCLUSIONS: The B-B filter did not alter OO muscle activity or visual symptomatology significantly during the execution of a 30-min reading task in asymptomatic subjects.[...]