Authors


Laird Harrison

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EMA committee recommends cenegermin for neurotrophic keratitis

A committee of the European Medicines Agency has recommended approval of cenegermin (Oxervate, Dompé) eye drops for neurotrophic keratitis.



Robert J. Noecker, MD

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Canaloplasty: Putting together a complete surgical picture

The procedure can provide prolonged IOP lowering in primary open-angle glaucoma with an excellent safety profile.


Robert Noecker, MD

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A paradigm for the treatment of ocular hypertension in glaucoma suspects

The combined clinical use of pattern electroretinography for the detection of early glaucoma indicators and selective laser trabeculoplasty for intervention may help realise the potential of early detection and treatment.


Robert K. Maloney, MD

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LASIK surgery continues to thrive, offering positive outcomes

Surgeons use procedure to offer patients improved vision quickly with few side effects


Dr. Beau J. Fenner

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Characterising choroidal features with spectral domain OCT

The use of OCT instruments to image the posterior segment has become almost ubiquitous, and now it is convenient for practitioners to image not only the retina, but also the choroid, with a high level of reproducibility and detail.


Dr. Gemmy C. M. Cheung

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Characterising choroidal features with spectral domain OCT

The use of OCT instruments to image the posterior segment has become almost ubiquitous, and now it is convenient for practitioners to image not only the retina, but also the choroid, with a high level of reproducibility and detail.



Professor Albert J. Augustin

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Making strides in ophthalmology with modern gene therapy techniques

Promising gene therapies in development are pinpointing steps in the pathogenic cascades involved in ocular diseases, such as VEGF for wet AMD and CFI for dry AMD.


Dr.Vicente J. Camps

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Is it possible to predict the behaviour of a multifocal IOL prior to implantation?

A new method for predicting the behaviour of multifocal IOLs has been developed. This methodology could be very useful for ophthalmologists, enabling them to know the potential effect of the implantation of an IOL in any type of eye prior to implantation.


Dr. Juan J. Miret

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Is it possible to predict the behaviour of a multifocal IOL prior to implantation?

A new method for predicting the behaviour of multifocal IOLs has been developed. This methodology could be very useful for ophthalmologists, enabling them to know the potential effect of the implantation of an IOL in any type of eye prior to implantation.


Dr. Celia Garcia

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Is it possible to predict the behaviour of a multifocal IOL prior to implantation?

A new method for predicting the behaviour of multifocal IOLs has been developed. This methodology could be very useful for ophthalmologists, enabling them to know the potential effect of the implantation of an IOL in any type of eye prior to implantation.


Dr. Maria T. Caballero

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Is it possible to predict the behaviour of a multifocal IOL prior to implantation?

A new method for predicting the behaviour of multifocal IOLs has been developed. This methodology could be very useful for ophthalmologists, enabling them to know the potential effect of the implantation of an IOL in any type of eye prior to implantation.


Dr David P. Piñero

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Digital visual training helps treat disorders associated with close work

Computer software platform provides home vision exercises to overcome asthenopia.


Dr. Detlev Breyer

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Using a femtosecond laser to correct astigmatism

The management of astigmatism can be accomplished during cataract surgery. Employing femtosecond lasers improves the accuracy, safety and predictability of arcuate incisions, as well as the alignment of toric IOL placement.


Dr. Andre Mermoud

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The importance of pattern electroretinography in detecting early-stage glaucoma

As an objective measure of the function of retinal ganglion cells, pattern electroretinography (PERG) testing reveals subclinical optic nerve changes that may be critical for deciding when to start therapy to avoid vision loss from glaucoma progression.


Dr. Francesco Oddone

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Optic disc stereo-photography: Does it have a role in the OCT era?

Stereoscopic photographs are a useful tool in the detection of glaucoma, however, the difficulty in obtaining them has seen them underused in favour of optical coherence tomography (OCT). A new device is attempting to redress this balance, enabling stereo-photography to be used alongside OCT for optimal practice.


Dr.Akeno Tamaoki

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Improving clinical outcomes for patients with dense cataracts

OCT-based biometers like the ARGOS allow for accurate measurement of very dense lenses in cataractous patients.


Dr. Noemi Misuraca

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Improving clinical outcomes for patients with dense cataracts

OCT-based biometers like the ARGOS allow for accurate measurement of very dense lenses in cataractous patients.


Dr. Carmela Palmisan

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Improving clinical outcomes for patients with dense cataracts

OCT-based biometers like the ARGOS allow for accurate measurement of very dense lenses in cataractous patients.


Dr. Damien Yeo

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Delivering ophthalmology in Cambodia with the Khmer Sight Foundation

Ophthalmologists around the world have been dedicating their time and expertise to deliver eye care services, including screening and surgery, in Cambodia, in an initiative supported by the Khmer Sight Foundation.


Professor Sunil Shah

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Dynamic range of focus recovery in presbyopes after laser scleral microporation

Laser scleral microporation rejuvenates dynamic range of focus by increasing scleral pliability, allowing underlying structures to move more freely


Dr. Cyres Keiki Mehta

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The challenging case of a hyperopic and presbyopic patient who refuses spectacles

Clear lens exchange with implantation of a trifocal IOL is the best solution.


Dr. Marc Schargus

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The Malyugin ring: A useful tool for IFIS

There is a strong link between alpha-blocking medications and floppy iris.


Mr. Sameer Trikha

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Embracing and managing AI in the eye care workplace

With the advent of artificial intelligence (AI) systems now upon us, Mr Sameer Trikha discusses applications of AI for eye care providers and how he envisages this revolutionary technology will fit into the workplace.




Prof Armin Wolf

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Understanding retinal vascular disease with UWF angiography

Increasingly, UWF imaging is becoming standard practice in diabetic retinopathy and retinal vein occlusion, as well as providing important insights into the management of retinopathy of prematurity and rare hereditary retinal vascular conditions.



Alex Delaney-Gesing

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Universal face masking reduces endophthalmitis incidence during anti-VEGF injections

Dr Sunir J. Garg speaks on the influence of COVID-19 universal face masking on the risk of endophthalmitis following intravitreal anti-VEGF injections.

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