Authors


David Hutton

Latest:

Researchers present new monitoring option for intermediate uveitis

Optical coherence tomography angiography could also identify patients at risk of disease progression


Dr. Luca Rossetti

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Setting a New Standard in Automated Tracked Perimetry

Innovative new features build on the benefits of the iCare COMPASS Automated Perimeter


Dr Sri Ganesh, MS, DNB

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Myth or reality? Corneal refractive surgery to manage presbyopic patients

A corneal refractive technique can combine monovision and extended depth of field to create a wide, seamless range of functional vision. This can provide independence from spectacles.


Dr Arun C. Gulani

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LaZrPlastique technique provides a 'non cutting' edge over LASIK

Dr Arun C. Gulani explains how his corneal surface technique offers a contrast to cutting procedures without risk, pain or drama.


David Bearden

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Retinal imaging to detect Alzheimer disease: machine learning model

An interdisciplinary team at Duke University has developed a proof-of-concept machine learning model capable of detecting symptomatic Alzheimer disease using multimodal retinal imaging data.


Prof. Stylianos Michalakis

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First-ever retinal gene therapy: Does real-world experience back its use?

Recent reports of retinal atrophy have raised concerns on potential long-term safety.


Dr Sebastian B. Heersink

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Combining laser with minimally invasive glaucoma surgery to impact IOP

Prompt, careful use of laser-based treatment minimises postoperative adverse effects.


Dr Jayanth Sridhar

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A window into the world of academic retina practice today

Dr Jayanth Sridhar shares a day in the life of an academic retina specialist.


Dr Marc Mathias

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Paediatric ophthalmologists target inherited retinal diseases

With at least 24 inherited retinal disease (IRD) clinical trials ongoing in the United States, and additional studies of stem cell therapy in several IRD indications, hope is on the horizon for many patients.


Ms Lee MacMorris

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The 30-year history of optical coherence tomography of the human eye

In the 30 years since optical coherence tomography was first described, it has become one of the most widely used technologies for imaging the human eye.


Ricardo Henao, PhD

Latest:

Retinal imaging to detect Alzheimer disease: machine learning model

An interdisciplinary team at Duke University has developed a proof-of-concept machine learning model capable of detecting symptomatic Alzheimer disease using multimodal retinal imaging data.



Dr Aris Konstantopoulos
Dr Aris Konstantopoulos

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Optimising visual function in keratoconus

Partial topography-guided surface ablation, combined with corneal collagen crosslinking when visual acuity is still quite good, optimises prognosis for the patient with keratoconus.


Lynda Charters, reviewed by Dr Roberto Pinelli

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Shedding light on the importance of autophagy in AMD

Novel concept: inner choroid/outer retina neurovascular unit


Dr Filomena J. Ribeiro

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New presbyopia-correcting IOL provides spectacle independence

A new IOL combines the advantages of diffractive multifocal and extended-depth-of-focus lenses, providing a natural range of vision.



David Wirta, MD and George N. Magrath, MD, MBA, MS

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Dry eye renaissance: Escalating cases meet with innovation

For clinicians, the evolution of treatment is as much a responsibility as an opportunity


Dr Gul J Nankani

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Digital visual training helps treat disorders associated with close work

Computer software platform provides home vision exercises to overcome asthenopia.


Hattie Hayes; Reviewed by Prof Jod S. Mehta, PhD, FRCOphth

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Is ophthalmology approaching the end of LASIK?

Lenticule extraction poses a provocative question–and a complicated answer


Dr Sibylle Scholtz

Latest:

The 30-year history of optical coherence tomography of the human eye

In the 30 years since optical coherence tomography was first described, it has become one of the most widely used technologies for imaging the human eye.


Dr Konstantinos Balaskas

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Ophthalmology: A pioneer in the field of artificial intelligence

Ophthalmology, with its heavy reliance on imaging, is an innovator in the field of artificial intelligence in medicine.


Dr Brandon Huynh, Prof. Peter Shah, Dr Freda Sii, Dr Damien Hunter, Dr Nicole Carnt and Dr Andrew White

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Is low vitamin D a risk factor for primary open angle glaucoma?

Evidence for a connection between low vitamin D levels and glaucoma is increasing but the link remains speculative and no causal connection has been demonstrated.


Dr Vidushi Golash

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Not just for eating: Grapes and potatoes help surgery trainees hone skills

The pandemic has impacted ophthalmic surgical training. Exercises have been developed to provide key skills that can be practised simply at home and require no special equipment.


Dr Jose Carlos Pastor

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The cost of the H-index

The price tag of publishing presents a tricky research barrier


Dr David P Piñero, Dr María B Coco-Martin, Mr Luis Leal-Vega, Mr Carlos J Hernández-Rodríguez and Dr Ainhoa Molina-Martín

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Use of virtual reality training in amblyopia

Virtual reality dichoptic and perceptual learning training seem to be a useful therapeutic option for achieving a successful visual rehabilitation in amblyopic patients.


Mr Alastair Stuart

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A new lens option for enhanced monovision performance

In “modified monovision”, which can be achieved with a new IOL, one eye predominantly manages distance vision and the other near vision—as with standard monovision—but the extended depth of field provides a degree of intermediate vision that is independent of spectacles.


Dr Andreas F. Borkenstein

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YAG-shots in IOLs: Safe or dangerous?

Poorly focused YAG shots lead irrevocably to a permanent defect in the IOL material and thus to possible effects on the quality of vision with straylight or glare. In a recent study, the differing amounts of damage that Nd:YAG causes in a range of hydrophilic and hydrophobic acrylic lens materials was assessed.


Mr Md Oliullah Abdal

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Digital visual training helps treat disorders associated with close work

Computer software platform provides home vision exercises to overcome asthenopia.


Cheryl Guttman Krader; Reviewed by Dr Christine Kay

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Gene therapy heralds new era for inherited retinal diseases

Gene therapies are being investigated for multiple inherited retinal diseases and the progress in this field has implications for patient care.


Dr Steven I. Rosenfeld

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Optimising the ocular surface to achieve good vision after surgery

Patients need to pay attention to their eye health over the long term.

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