Authors


Colman R. Kraff, MD

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Finding value in real-world aberrometry outcomes

Researchers explore clinical and patient-reported outcomes after WFG LASIK for myopia


Rishi P. Singh, MD

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Patient Selection for Biosimilars

Rishi Singh, MD, discusses the criteria for identifying patients who would benefit from biosimilar therapy.


William F. Wiley, MD

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Ophthalmologists drive efficiency in the surgical suite: Why it matters

Attention to details can help to deliver patients consistent, quality outcomes.


Robert W. Arnold, MD, FAAP

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Novel vision screening tools for children worldwide

More efficient-and yes more fun!- methods of vision screening increase the likelihood kids receive corrective treatment.


Aaisha A. Gulani, BS

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ETM valuable in planning, evaluation of outcomes

Quantitative measurement indicates corneal epithelium plays crucial role in outcomes


Kenneth J. Hoffer, MD, FACS

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More stable surgery may help better predict effective IOL position

Lens fragmentation device may avoid disrupting zonules, enhance refractive outcomes


Gerald J. Roper, MD

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More stable surgery may help better predict effective IOL position

Lens fragmentation device may avoid disrupting zonules, enhance refractive outcomes


Ian Wishart

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‘She Sees’ initiative promotes gender equity in eye health

Charity seeks to raise $US20 million to address avoidable blindness in women, girls


Julene Joy

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Ophthalmology thought-leaders set sights on ARVO’s annual meeting

Group offering ARVOLearn educational platform; AI focus of upcoming online session


David P. Piñero Llorens, PhD

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Managing irregular cornea with scleral contact lenses

Usage is a good option for successful visual rehabilitation in these patients


Stephen Hannan

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Optical sector must embrace the telemedicine wave

Keep refractive surgery in forefront when it comes to technology


Bruce H. Kaplan, MD

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Letter to the Editor: Ophthalmologist’s experience leads to creation of ‘floater reminder sheet’

Letters to the Editor may be submitted to Sheryl.Stevenson@ubm.com. Letters may be edited for clarity and length.


Christopher F. Wood, MD

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Advances in floater treatment

Now we can illuminate and clearly visualize floaters, putting effective laser treatment well within our reach, says Christopher F. Wood, MD


Jan Beiting

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Weigh costs, benefits when adding surgical technology

Implementing new innovations is a critical part of successful facility management



Arjan Hura, MD

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Exploring the reversibility of meibomian gland atrophy

Thermal pulsation therapy has potential to improve gland structure in most patients.


Florian T.A. Kretz, MD, FEBO

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Managing unique challenges of pediatric congenital cataract

Microinstrumentation provides surgeons increased control




Ami A. Shah, MD

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How ophthalmology can “adopt” technologies from other specialties

Many medical specialties share medications and technologies, from various classes of drugs to diagnostic testing and surgical instruments. Here are just a few “adopted” technologies we’re happy to see in the hands of ophthalmologists.


Terry Kim, MD

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Jumping into gene therapy with collaboration, innovation

Ophthalmologist looks ahead amid company’s advances over past 18 months.


Tonse A. Kini, MD

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Roth spots may be ocular sign of hemophagocytic lymphohistiocytosis

The Neuro-Connection: Clinicians should be aware of unusual but characteristic signs, symptoms, findings


Randy Igbinoba, MPH

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Roth spots may be ocular sign of hemophagocytic lymphohistiocytosis

The Neuro-Connection: Clinicians should be aware of unusual but characteristic signs, symptoms, findings


Bayan A. Al Othman, MD

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Roth spots may be ocular sign of hemophagocytic lymphohistiocytosis

The Neuro-Connection: Clinicians should be aware of unusual but characteristic signs, symptoms, findings


Helen Li, MD

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Roth spots may be ocular sign of hemophagocytic lymphohistiocytosis

The Neuro-Connection: Clinicians should be aware of unusual but characteristic signs, symptoms, findings


Ramin Khoramnia, MD

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Pupil expansion device addresses surgical challenges of small pupils in patients

One of the greatest challenges facing the ophthalmologist is performing surgery on eyes with small pupils.



Sarah H. Van Tassel, MD

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Perspective: New data support first-line use of SLT for glaucoma

Selective laser trabeculoplasty (SLT) should be offered to patients diagnosed with open-angle glaucoma as a first-line therapy.


David Hutton

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SalioGen Therapeutics taps development candidate for ABCA4-mediated Stargardt disease

SGT-1001 uses its novel gene coding technology for gene integration via transposition. It plans to advance SGT-1001 into the clinic in the first half of 2025.


Alejandro Lavaque, MD

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Early laser treatment beneficial in central serous chorioretinopathy

Quick visual recovery is important for this young population

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