Managing unique challenges of pediatric congenital cataract
Microinstrumentation provides surgeons increased control
Telemedicine, teleophthalmology programs in action at Johns Hopkins
Creative disruption of an existing model can be the path forward to a new technology, such as telehealth, a market that has grown rapidly since 2012, and is expected to continue to do so over the next several years.
Artificial intelligence gains more acceptance in ophthalmology
Artificial intelligence has the potential to have a significant impact on ophthalmology in the coming years.
Pharmacologic pipeline makes waves in glaucoma
Eye drops, drug-delivery system innovations aim to improve outcomes, adherence
Exploring correlation between gene expression, cataract morphology
Differing signaling pathways could lead to different types of cataracts in children.
How deep phenotyping of pediatric corneal opacities targets diagnosis
Deep Phenotyping is shedding new light on congenital corneal opacities, and with the initial diagnoses, physicians should also delve deeper to avoid overlooking the causes of some ocular anomalies.
‘Spark joy’ in your ophthalmic practice with these frame board tips
Follow Marie Kondo’s lead and spring clean your practice to make way for fresh frames.
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