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February 23rd 2024
A large language model demonstrated comparative diagnostic accuracy and completeness in glaucoma and retina disease to fellowship-trained ophthalmologists.
February 13th 2024
Each month, our editorial staff compiles a recap of the top news in ophthalmology. Our January 2024 month-in-review features crucial research on social determinants of health, updates on the latest ophthalmic pipeline developments, and a look at how the local environment affects eye health.
An analysis of interest at matriculation and graduation suggests significant disparities, based on race and income, could be contributing to the diminishing workforce in ophthalmology.
Rishi P. Singh, MD; and Michael A. Klufas, MD, provide an overview of the 2 currently available ophthalmology biosimilars, ranibizumab-eqrn and ranibizumab-nuna, as well as discuss which patient populations will benefit from these treatments.
After years 1, 3, and 5, patients with diabetic retinopathy patients had increased odds of depression and suicide, patients with glaucoma had increased odds for all mental health conditions with higher odds for suicide or suicide ideation, and patients with AMD had increased odds for depression.
Rishi P. Singh, MD, and M. Ali Khan, MD, FACS, FASRS, discuss the need for extending treatment durability for neovascular age-related macular degeneration [nAMD] and diabetic macular edema [DME], as well as approaches to applying treat-and-extend strategies.