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A monocular myope with coloboma

An 8-year-old child is essentially monocular, due to unilateral high myopia associated with coloboma. The normally sighted eye has low myopia. How should we best balance safety and proactive myopia control in such a case?

Monocular Myopia Management

Monocular Myopia Management: unilateral and anisometropic myopia

How should you best manage children with unilateral or anisometropic myopia? Learn about what drives aniso-myopic development, associations with amblyopia and ocular pathology, and the evidence base for orthokeratology to slow aniso-myopic eye growth.

Managing unilateral myopia

Unilateral myopia can present a challenge to both myopia correction and control choices. In this case study, learn about which interventions have evidence for myopia control and reducing anisometropia, as well as the considerations for monocular versus binocular correction and treatment.

Science Snippets: Orthokeratology

The latest science on orthokeratology for myopia control brought to you in an accessible and clinically relevant format.

Is it myopia progression or early keratoconus?

How would you manage a progressing myope with early keratoconus? In this case, refractive progression of myopia was not just due to axial elongation, and astute repeated measurement of both the corneal curvature and axial length helped with accurate diagnosis.

Are you measuring the cornea in myopia management?

Measuring the cornea in myopes is crucial to understanding their clinical picture and even their profile of myopia risk. Flat corneas can mask an axial length which is longer than expected for the patient’s refraction. Learn more in this clinical case study.

How much axial length growth is normal?

What amount of axial length growth be expected in myopes versus emmetropes, and how can you tell if your myopia control treatment is working? This important clinical reference provides all this information and more on axial growth in younger and older children, emmetropes and myopes, and even data on typical myopia stabilization.

Selecting an option: Clinical Decision Trees in myopia management

There is no one-size-fits-all when prescribing for childhood myopia control. Which option should you choose? In this important reference article, we ask you to consider three key questions which form clinical decision trees in myopia management.

Presbyopic Myopes

Managing myopia in presbyopic adults

Managing myopia in presbyopic adults has specific goals in achieving good vision correction and best eye health outcomes. What should we consider if myopia progression is observed? This article explores progression, the ideal optical correction and ocular health considerations in presbyopic myopes.