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Low vision referral critical with choroideremia

July 26, 2017

WASHINGTON – Appropriate interprofessional referrals are crucial for patients diagnosed with choroideremia, which currently has no treatment, according to a presenter here at Optometry’s Meeting.

Justin P. Kozloski, OD, a low vision rehabilitation resident from the San Antonio Lighthouse for the Blind, shared a case report from his poster during a live presentation here.

ASCRS, ASOA representatives meet with Congress members at annual fly-in

July 26, 2017
About 50 physicians and ophthalmic administrators representing the American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery and the American Society of Ophthalmic…

Allegro Ophthalmics receives $10.7 million in private financing

July 26, 2017
Allegro Ophthalmics announced it has secured $10.7 million in a private round of equity financing. The additional capital will allow the company to complete several…

New definition of dry eye disease recognizes its multifactorial nature

July 25, 2017
The TFOS DEWS II membership acknowledged the need to recognize the multifactorial nature of dry eye disease, which has led to a refined definition of the disease…

New Connecticut law regulates contact lens prescribing

July 25, 2017
Legislation recently passed in Connecticut specifies that an in-person eye examination is required for initial and renewed contact lens prescriptions. Governor
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