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(Age Related Macular Degeneration)
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  • Hair cortisol concentrations in chronic central serous chorioretinopathy. [Journal Article]
    Acta Ophthalmol 2019van Haalen FM, van Dijk EHC, … Pereira AM
  • CONCLUSIONS: This study shows that HCC in patients with cCSC are not elevated compared to population-based controls, and no association between HCC and cCSC severity was found. This finding questions the previous suggestion that cCSC is associated with increased HPA axis activity. In line, HCC do not seem useful in monitoring cCSC disease activity.
  • Predictors of High-cost Patients With Noninfectious Inflammatory Eye Diseases. [Journal Article]
    Clin Ther 2019Nelson WW, Rice JB, … Albini TA
  • CONCLUSIONS: A small segment of patients with NIIEDs consumed most resources. This study identified several predictors based on patient characteristics and HRU that may help inform the profile of patients with NIIEDs with the highest health care needs. As such, patients with a given profile can be selected for targeted interventions by clinicians to potentially help improve quality of care and to reduce costs.
  • Applications of microneedles in delivering drugs for various ocular diseases. [Review]
    Life Sci 2019; :116907Gupta P, Yadav KS
  • Treatment of majority of eye diseases involve the use of eye drops or eye ointments, which have major drawbacks of needing frequent administration, lower bioavailability and inability to cross the various eye barriers. This necessitates the use of novel delivery systems. Microneedles (MNs) as an alternate novel delivery system facilitate drug delivery to various ocular diseases with promising app…
  • Treatment decisions of UK hospital optometrists and ophthalmologists in patients with nAMD: a vignette study. [Journal Article]
    Ophthalmic Physiol Opt 2019Creer RC, Roberts SA, … Harper RA
  • CONCLUSIONS: Although the optometrists showed modest agreement with the reference standard in a series of cases that have higher than average complexity, the optometrists showed a similar amount of variability within their treatment decisions compared to the reference standard. The optometrists were therefore not inferior in their performance compared to the ophthalmologists and this can be seen as supporting evidence for their extended role within this clinical area. Experience did not have an effect on 'correct' treatment decisions although there was a statistically significant effect on increasing confidence of treatment decision.
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