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Intraoperative wavefront aberrometry has been a helpful tool for refining refractive outcomes after cataract surgery in the difficult group of eyes with a history of refractive surgery.
Reichert's next-generation ultrasound biomicroscope offers a larger viewing area, a user-friendly, touch-screen interface, and software improvements.
Large series outcomes show increased safety, efficiency, efficacy with laser-assisted cataract surgery
A review of experience with the first 850 cases of laser-assisted cataract surgery using a proprietary femtosecond laser system highlights advantages for using the technology in routine and challenging cases.
During this week's meeting of the American Academy of Ophthalmology, several ophthalmic organizations are asking health-care professionals to join them in giving the gift of life by registering as eye, organ, and tissue donors.
A new refraction system based on point spread function provided better or equal accuracy and reliability in refractive endpoints compared with a standard phoropter in a study.
Data from a study designed to compare satisfaction with LASIK and contact lenses for vision correction provides important and somewhat surprising information on the experience of established contact lens wearers.
A microdroplet fluid ejection device is a promising new technology for topical delivery of ophthalmic medications.
Though the association of aspirin use and age-related macular degeneration is controversial, the totality of evidence suggests there is no major harmful effect of aspirin use.
Recently introduced microinvasive glaucoma surgery procedures are easy enough to be performed by cornea specialists, but the need for close surveillance of the patient with glaucoma must be kept in mind.