Intensive multimodal therapy is effective for orbital retinoblastomaMarch 17th 2022
Investigators observe survival rate with orbital retinoblastoma improves substantially due to a combination approach that includes intensive sequential treatment comprised of chemotherapy, enucleation, and external beam radiation therapy.
Ukrainian-born ophthalmologist staying positive for family remaining in war-torn countryMarch 16th 2022
Anton Vlasov, DO, moved to the United States in 2001 at the age of 14, but since Russia invaded his homeland last month, the safety of family still living in Ukraine has weighed heavy on his mind.
Identifying 3 barriers keeping families from accessing cataract treatment for their children in IndiaMarch 14th 2022
Dr. Rishi Raj Borah, Country Director with Orbis India, discusses recent research he co-authored showing the top 3 barriers keeping families from accessing cataract treatment for their children in India.
Real World Ophthalmology: Sharing knowledge, networking and secrets to success in early practiceMarch 11th 2022
Lisa M. Nijm, MD, JD, previews the program for this April 2 virtual event designed to help young ophthalmologists learn everything they need to know when starting practice.
Lensar announces FDA acceptance of 510(k) submission for adaptive cataract treatment systemMarch 3rd 2022
The company notes that the system’s design includes a small footprint, enhanced ergonomics, superior imaging, dual-pulsed laser, and advanced astigmatism management tools.
Surgeon completes first successful implantation of wireless visual prosthesis brain implantFebruary 21st 2022
While there is currently no cure for blindness, an artificial vision system has undergone its first successful implantation, bringing with it the potential to restore partial vision to people who have lost their sight.