Treating vitreous opacities with YAG vitreolysis

Study found that YAG laser vitreolysis was less invasive than pars plana vitrectomy for patients with vitreous opacities.

Non-linear aspheric corneal ablation can be used to treat presbyopia

Presbyopia can be treated in emmetropic, myopic and hyperopic patients with refractive errors between +5.75 and -9.00 D using corneal non-linear aspheric ablation profiles to increase the depth of field in both eyes, in combination with micro-monovision. Patient satisfaction with this approach is high.

It takes a village to beat visual system diseases in children

Community support is the most important factor in ascertaining effective treatments for paediatric eye diseases.