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Glaucoma Clinical Trials

A listing of Glaucoma medical research trials actively recruiting patient volunteers. Search for closest city to find more detailed information on a research study in your area.

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A Comparative Study of TECNIS Symfony Plus IOL and a Trifocal IOL

This is a multicenter, prospective, randomized, subject- and evaluator-masked, bilateral-implant study conducted at up to 15 sites worldwide. A total of up to 280 subjects will be randomized in a 1:1 ratio for implantation with either the TECNIS Symfony plus IOL Model ZHR00V or the Trifocal IOL. This will ensure …

Phase N/A

Adult and Juvenile Myositis

This study will evaluate subjects with adult- and childhood-onset myositis to learn more about their cause and the immune system changes and medical problems associated with them. Myositis is an inflammatory muscle disease that can damage muscles and other organs, resulting in significant disability. Children or adults with polymyositis or …

Phase N/A

Improving Safety of Diagnosis and Therapy in the Inpatient Setting

The goal of this study is to improve the safety of diagnosis and therapy for a set of conditions and undifferentiated symptoms for hospitalized patients. The investigators will employ a set of methods and tools from the disciplines of systems engineering, human factors, quality improvement, and implementation science to thoroughly …

Phase N/A

Optic Nerve Head Structural Response to IOP Elevation in Patients With Keratoconus

The mechanism by which vision loss in glaucoma occurs is still unknown, but it is clear that increased Intraocular Pressure (IOP) is a major risk factor. It is also thought that the lamina cribrosa (LC) is a site of primary damage during the pathogenesis of the disease. The changes caused …

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Rheumatology Patient Registry and Biorepository

A rheumatology biorepository will be created to permit comparative analyses between the rheumatic diseases in order to increase the understanding of disease pathogenesis. Patients diagnosed with rheumatic diseases are invited to participate in this study. These rheumatic diseases include, but are not limited to: adult onset Still's disease, ankylosing spondylitis, …

Phase N/A

Online Fatigue Intervention Program for People With Scleroderma

If eligible and give consent, participants will be asked to complete 2 online questionnaires. The first questionnaire asks basic information such as your age, gender, educational level, and amount of time diagnosed with systemic sclerosis. The second questionnaire asks about your disease symptoms. You will also be asked to complete …

Phase N/A

Web-based Adherence Information Integrated Nurse-led Monitoring Clinic

Background Recombinant human growth hormone (GH) is used in the treatment of short stature due to growth hormone deficiency, Turner syndrome, Prader Willi syndrome, small for gestational age with failure of catch up growth, chronic renal failure and SHOX deficiency. Growth hormone is administered at home as daily injections and …

Phase N/A

Wavefront-guided LASIK for Monovision Treatment of Myopic Subjects With Presbyopia

This study will be a 12-month, prospective, multicenter, open-label, non-comparative, non-randomized clinical investigation conducted at 10 to 14 sites. A total of 383 subjects will be enrolled to achieve approximately 268 treated subjects, resulting in at least 241 evaluable subjects at the point of refractive stability. After signing the informed …

Phase N/A

Blood Component Collection From Patients With Rheumatic or Kidney Disease and Healthy Volunteers

Blood components will be collected using apheresis from normal volunteers and patients with rheumatic or kidney diseases. Mononuclear cells and plasma will be used by various investigators for research studies.

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Natural History Pathogenesis and Outcome of Melorheostosis A Rare Osteosclerotic Disease

Melorheostosis is a rare osteosclerotic disease resulting in exuberant excessive bone growth with a characteristic radiographic appearance often described as "dripping candle wax". As a result of these bony formations, patients report mild-moderate pain that interferes with their routine activities. It is usually diagnosed on radiographs but bone biopsy may …

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