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Retinal Damage Common Among Urban African-Americans With Diabetes Easily Screened For Via Telemedicine
Transmitting electronic ocular images to retinal specialists for assessment means persons with diabetes may be screened for eye damage during routine office visits to their endocrinologist or primary care physicians, reports Antonio Capone, M.D., Emory University, on Oct. (1997-10-28)
Beyond sunglasses and baseball caps
A new study reported in Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science found that UV-blocking contact lenses can reduce or eliminate the effects of the sun's harmful UV radiation. (2010-01-26)
ARVO/Pfizer Ophthalmics presentation available online
The ARVO Foundation for Eye Research, a supporting non-profit of the Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology (ARVO), announced today that the research presented at the inaugural ARVO/Pfizer Ophthalmics Research Institute meeting, (2006-02-03)
American Academy of Ophthalmology announces new award, its highest honor
Beginning this year, the American Academy of Ophthalmology's Board of Trustees will bestow its highest award, the Laureate Award, on those individuals who have made the most significant contributions to the science of ophthalmology. (2003-07-29)
Munchausen syndrome by proxy should be considered for unexplainable medical conditions
Ophthalmologists and other medical professionals should consider Munchausen syndrome by proxy if a child has unusual ocular abnormalities or other medical conditions that cannot be explained through medical evaluation. (2003-08-08)
Leicester breakthrough in eye disease
Researchers at the University of Leicester have identified for the first time a gene which causes a distressing eye condition. (2006-12-13)
Two to receive American Academy of Ophthalmology's Distinguished Service Award
The American Academy of Ophthalmology announced its two Distinguished Service Award recipients for 2003. (2003-08-22)
2011 ARVO Fellows announced
The Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology (ARVO) is pleased to announce this year's class of distinguished fellows. (2011-04-29)
First reversible glue bandage could save injured soldiers' vision
Scientists have developed the first reversible glue that could be used on the battlefield to treat eye injuries, potentially saving soldiers' vision. (2014-05-05)
Virtual 'forest' used to measure navigation skills
A new study recently published in Journal of Vision, an online, free access publication of the Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology (ARVO), shows that an individual's navigation skills can be measured by using an immersive virtual 'forest' in which peripheral visual field losses are simulated. (2006-04-26)
When crowded, things become stuff
A special collection of articles devoted to (2007-03-06)
ARVO sponsors age-related macular degeneration conference
The Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology (ARVO) will present its Summer Eye Research Conference (SERC), (2006-03-28)
Editorial: Better science, more rigorous studies characterize field of ophthalmic plastic surgery
Collaboration between the fields of ophthalmology and facial plastic surgery has led to fresh approaches to clinical problems, according to an editorial in the December issue of the journal Archives of Ophthalmology, a theme issue on orbital and ophthalmic plastic surgery. (2007-12-10)
90 percent of children with intermittent exotropia will become nearsighted by 20 years of age
Intermittent exotropia, a condition in which the eyes turn outward while looking at an object. (2010-04-07)
People with chronic eye diseases not getting recommended eye exams
People with chronic diseases such as diabetes, glaucoma and age-related macular degeneration fall far short of having annual eye examinations. (2003-09-22)
Latinos experience high rates of eye disease
Latinos have high prevalence rates of visual impairment and blindness, and those who are older, unemployed, divorced or widowed, or have diabetes are more likely to be visually impaired. (2004-08-09)
High-resolution imaging expands vision research of live birds of prey
Bird observatories all over the world may benefit from a newly designed high-resolution imaging system used to study the retinal structure of live birds of prey. (2010-07-21)
Atropine may be an alternative to patching for treatment of lazy eye in children
An eyedrop, atropine, may be a good alternative to patching for treatment of lazy eye, or amblyopia, in children between the ages of three and seven. (2003-08-08)
Migraine sufferers: More difficulty tuning out visual stimuli?
When people feel the onset of a migraine headache, they may head to a dark, quiet room to rest. (2010-04-08)
Elsevier announces the launch of American Journal of Ophthalmology; Case Reports
Elsevier, a world-leading provider of scientific, technical, and medical information products and services, today announced the launch of the American Journal of Ophthalmology Case Reports (www.ajocasereports.com), a new open access journal publishing case reports in all subspecialties within ophthalmology. (2015-12-01)
2012 ARVO Award recipients honored at annual meeting
The Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology is pleased to announce its 2012 ARVO Award recipients. (2012-04-24)
Editors' choices symposium to be held at American Academy of Ophthalmology's annual meeting
For the second year in a row, editors from three major ophthalmic journals - Ophthalmology, American Journal of Ophthalmology and Archives of Ophthalmology - will present their choices of papers published in their journals during the past year that have not previously been presented at the Academy's Annual Meeting. (2003-08-25)
Mass. Eye and Ear and HMS department of ophthalmology receives RPB Grant
Research to Prevent Blindness (RPB) has awarded a grant of $110,000 to the Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary to support research into the causes, treatment and prevention of blinding diseases. (2012-07-20)
Gold beads show previously unseen parts of the eye
A new study recently published in Journal of Vision, an online, free access publication of the Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology (ARVO), shows that gold beads injected into eye tissue can be used to obtain images of important structures in the orbit that cannot be seen with magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) or other imaging methods. (2006-04-29)
New gel-based eye fluid aids post-operative healing
In an effort to avoid serious side effects suffered after surgery to repair retinal detachment, vision scientists have developed a new product to help stabilize the eye while it heals. (2014-05-05)
IOVS publishes consensus findings on meibomian gland dysfunction
The first global consensus report on meibomian gland dysfunction -- a major cause of lid disease and evaporative dry eye -- has been published in a special issue of the Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science journal. (2011-03-30)
Fat removal combined with laser treatment eliminates undereye bags and wrinkles, UCSF study finds
A treatment that combines fat removal in combination with laser skin resurfacing may be the key to eliminating the puffy, wrinkled lower eyelids that appear as we age. (2001-02-26)
Mass. Eye and Ear awarded $150,000 grant from Research to Prevent Blindness
Research to Prevent Blindness has granted Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary cornea specialist James Chodosh, M.D., M.P.H., a $150,000 Senior Scientific Investigator Award. (2012-01-26)
Visionaries who pioneered modern cataract surgery to present at AAO's Annual Meeting
The American Academy of Ophthalmology, the Eye M.D. Association, invites its members to attend a free retrospective spotlight session titled (2003-08-26)
Infectious disease expert to speak at American Academy of Ophthalmology's annual meeting
Gary N. Holland, MD, the David May II Professor of Ophthalmology at the University of California, Los Angeles, and Director of the Ocular Inflammatory Disease Center and the Clinical Research Center at the Jules Stein Eye Institute, will deliver the Jackson Memorial Lecture. (2003-08-28)
New technique captures high-res images of full retina
Researchers used a new imaging technique to take high quality color photographs of the clinical stages of ocular inflammation in mice -- without distress to the animals or the need for anesthesia. (2008-12-01)
Mass. Eye and Ear Infirmary Cataract Surgery Trainer teaches residents cataract surgery
The Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary Cataract Surgery Trainer, a virtual training tool which helps to train physicians to perform cataract surgery, has been shown to enhance teaching in cataract surgery when compared to traditional teaching methods. (2010-02-02)
Transplant rejection drug holds promise for inflammatory eye disease
The immunosuppressive drug mycophenolate mofetil, used to prevent rejection of transplanted hearts, kidneys and livers, may also be effective in controlling inflammatory eye diseases, according to a study by researchers at Johns Hopkins' Wilmer Eye Institute. (2005-09-02)
Grants from research to prevent blindness surpass $7.9 million in 2005
Research to Prevent Blindness, a New York-based foundation and the world's leading voluntary health organization supporting eye research, awarded 81 grants, totaling more than $7.9 million in 2005. (2006-01-26)
Implantable contact lens safe and effective for correcting myopia
Implantable contact lens (ICL) to correct myopia, are safe, effective and have predictable results for correcting moderate to high myopia or nearsightedness, according to a study published by the Opthalmology journal. (2004-09-01)
Patients with AMD may not need monthly injections
Reseearchers have found that, contrary to prvious clinical trial findings, monthly injections to counteract age-related macular degeneration may not be necessary. (2014-05-06)
Regenerative ocular biology the focus of ARVO Conference
The Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology (ARVO) has extended the deadline for abstract submissions to June 24, 2005 for the Western Eye Research Conference (WERC) to be held September 25-28, 2005, in Laguna Beach, Calif. (2005-06-14)
ARVO 2009 award recipients
The Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology is pleased to announce its 2009 award recipients. (2009-04-09)
Working memory retains visual details despite distractions
The ability to retain memory about the details of a natural scene is unaffected by the distraction of another activity and this information is retained in (2006-01-19)
HMS receives RPB Medical Student Eye Research Fellowship
The Harvard Medical School Department of Ophthalmology has been granted a $30,000 Research to Prevent Blindness Medical Student Eye Research Fellowship for Christina Marsica Grassi. (2014-01-22)
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