Better visual outcomes goal for patients who also have had glaucoma procedure
Research finds many physicians unaware of guidelines for surgery cases
Analysis may help surgeons track performance, create standardized metrics
No cookie-cutter procedure, UEB can improve patients’ visual fields by more than 25%
Optical coherence tomography angiography (OCTA) may be as an important tool in the management of patients with glaucoma, according to Robert L. Stamper, MD.
Glaucoma specialists deal with numerous routine considerations on a daily basis. Andrew Iwach, MD, enumerated some of these consideration and discussed the bright spots and the pitfalls.
Sixty-five genes identified with several belonging to signaling pathways
A diffractive trifocal IOL achieved satisfactory vision with a high rate of spectacle independence
While numerous techniques are available to surgeons, awareness is important
Paris is the scheduled venue for the 37th meeting of the European Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgeons (ESCRS).