Cutting-edge advances in corneal treatment
Surgeon discusses latest trends for treating cornea.
Online learning tools help medical students, residents hone diagnostic skills
Trainees learn to recognize key pathologies seen in fundus examinations, OCT images
Imaging trends in pediatric uveitis
OCT methods are invaluable in the assessment of patients with the condition.
New horizons in interventional glaucoma
Procedures in the pipeline hold greater appeal for cataract and refractive surgeons, patients.
Editorial: A new chapter opens
Clinic is streamlining genetic testing and diagnoses of patients
Multidisciplinary ophthalmic genetics clinic adds efficiency to process.
Comparing efficacy of different antibiotics as POE prophylaxis in cataract surgery
An expert discusses how to ensure optimal administration.
Physicians put corticosteroids under microscope
Experts weigh pros and cons of treatment option for orbital cellulitis in pediatric patients
Optimizing the implementation of ISBCS
Surgeons must use caution to avoid pitfalls of complicated procedure
Cosmetic surgery of the cornea: A new type of surgery
Keratopigmentation technique offers therapeutic and cosmetic applications.
Dry eye paradise: FDA green-lights Miebo as first and only eye drop approved for the condition
Experts in the field weigh in on the perfluorohexyloctane ophthalmic solution, the first and only FDA-approved treatment for DED that directly targets tear evaporation instead of tear formation.
Perfecting the match game
Surgeons seek best IOL match for patients after cataract surgery.
Surgical management of posterior uveitis in children
Vitrectomy is a tool that can help surgeons curb complications.
Extended depth-of-focus IOL provides better tolerance of ATR astigmatism
Eyes implanted with the lens demonstrated greater astigmatic tolerance.
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