The most common test for vision loss from glaucoma is standard automated perimetry (SAP). A recent report has found that mild cognitive decline associated with aging can impair the ability of individuals to perform the test—and compromise the reliability of the results.
A growing number of mobile apps are available for visually impaired people, but are they useful? Reports indicate that they are indeed.
Age-related changes in the eye can cause floaters—specks or web-like shapes in your visual field—to become more prevalent, sometimes interfering with vision. Can laser treatment help?
Cholesterol-lowering drugs called statins have been shown to reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease. Now there's growing reason to think they may also be associated with a decreased risk of open-angle glaucoma.
Over the past decade, so-called minimally invasive glaucoma surgery has been gaining popularity. There is no specific definition for "minimally invasive," but it typically means surgery that causes less trauma to healthy tissue, takes a shorter time to perform, and speeds postoperative recovery.
Should pinkeye, or conjunctivitis, be treated with antibiotics or will the condition clear up on its own? Find out the what the experts think.
Dry eye is a condition that can be frustrating for the patient because of chronic symptoms and discomfort. But relief is within reach for most patients, although it may take some trial and error.
Preparing for cataract surgery? Before your operation, your surgeon will review the intraocular lens (IOL) replacement options. A number of factors can affect your lens choices. Here are a few things to consider before you head to surgery.
Age-related macular degeneration (AMD) and depression frequently occur in tandem. AMD is the leading cause of vision loss in older adults, and depression is a leading cause of disability.