Archive for the ‘Ophthalmology’ Category

Here are Few Pearls in Treating ocular allergies

Posted by: admin on: March 29, 2012

In a recent eye conference it was highlighted that ocular allergies need not be just an allergy but a ocular surface disease. Team@CMHF

Two local eye surgeons in Stamford are on the cutting edge of the latest technology for cataract removal. As the only doctors in New England to have been trained to use the recently FDA-approved bladeless laser refractive surgery, Drs. Jonathan Stein and Robert Noecker from Ophthalmic Consultants of Connecticut (OCC) are reporting improved precision in […]

With glaucoma difficult to predict and refractive surgery patients often young in age, careful medical history evaluation and IOP baseline measurements are important to later disease management in refractive surgery patients. -Team@CMHF

Ocular surface damage by ophthalmic compounds

Posted by: admin on: September 6, 2011

Long term use of eye drops has been found to cause ocular surface changes. Regular use of over the counter eye drops could be more detrimental than thought of. Here is a study. Team@CMHF

Contact lens is what we use for cosmetic purpose, but here is a study that says myopia progression reduces in children with dual focus soft lens. This study will be a great boon for the management of refractive errors. Results of an early phase trial indicate that wearing an experimental dual-focus soft contact lens can […]

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