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NTG: The Nocturnal Blood Pressure Factor

Evidence indicates that large dips in blood pressure at night correlate with progression in normal-tension glaucoma patients. Carlos G. De Moraes, MD, New York City 2/10/2014 One of the many challenging forms that glaucoma may take is so-called normal-tension glaucoma, in … Continue reading

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When LASIK is not enough for myopia

Surgical options are increasing for higher levels of nearsightedness. By Elizabeth Yeu, MD Myopia is the most common refractive error — in the United States alone, it affects between 25% to 41% of the population. While myopia vastly differs amongst various … Continue reading

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Statement on the quality of life after LASIK

Multiple studies have documented that LASIK surgery is safe and effective and has an excellent patient satisfaction rate. Based worldwide reviews, an average 95.4% of patients were satisfied with their outcome after LASIK surgery. With 16.3 million procedures performed worldwide, … Continue reading

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