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Glucose metabolism affects macular thickness in diabetic patients

May 2, 2016

SEATTLE — Pericentral macular thickness decreased in diabetic patients with worsening glucose metabolism, which may reflect early neurodegenerative changes, according to a poster presented here.

“Macular thinning may be an early sign of diabetic retinopathy and macular thickening may be a sign of diabetic macular edema,” Eline E. De Clerck, MD, and colleagues said in the poster at the Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology meeting. “We therefore evaluated to what extent macular thickness differed between individuals with prediabetes and individuals with type 2 diabetes with or without cysts compared with individuals with a normal glucose metabolism.”

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Comparison of Dysfunctional Lens Index and Scheimpflug Lens Densitometry in the Evaluation of Age-Related Nuclear Cataracts

Journal of Refractive Surgery, April 2016, Volume 32 Issue 4
To describe the Dysfunctional Lens Index (DLI) from ray-tracing aberrometry and to test its correlations with logMAR…
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Emerging Options for Day-in and Day-out IOP Control

This activity is supported by an educational grant from Bausch + Lomb.

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