New technology is good if it does what it purports to do and sometimes goes beyond that.
This article was reviewed by Stephen D. McLeod, MD
Change is a constant and with change in accommodating IOLs comes potential improvements in vision for presbyopic patients.
This article was reviewed by Susana Marcos, PhD
Awareness of the development of age-related macular degeneration (AMD) has been increasing slowly with the recognition of the advancing age of the population.
Dry eye disease has become a public health issue, with increasing prevalence in the United States, where more than 16 million people are affected.
This article was reviewed by Joanne Shen, MD
This article was reviewed by Andrea A. Tooley, MD
According to Andrea A. Tooley, MD, 3D printing for surgical applications is not the future of ophthalmology. It is the present.
This article was reviewed by Irmgard Behlau, MD
This article was reviewed by Paulo E. Stanga, MD
When considering accomplishments recorded in the arena of gene therapy, the “firsts” are impressive.