Mastering the Yamane technique: Key learnings from first cases
Practice makes perfect when adopting this method for intrascleral IOL fixation.
The missing link in the recognition of corneal abnormalities
Polarisation-sensitive optical coherence tomography has facilitated early diagnosis of disease before it becomes apparent on topography.
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.
Promising early data with intravitreal diabetic macular ischaemia candidate
An ischaemia modulator has demonstrated it is safe and well tolerated in a Phase 1/2a trial in diabetic macular ischaemia patients.
A new treatment paradigm with ab-interno canaloplasty for POAG
With minimally invasive surgery procedures becoming increasingly popular in glaucoma management, canaloplasty using an ab-interno surgical technique offers enhanced natural aqueous outflow in open-angle glaucoma.
Half a century of developments in ophthalmology: One doctor’s reflections
Dr Goes reflects on a life at the forefront of ophthalmology, considering advancements in technology and the knowledge that has changed his practice and improved outcomes for patients.
Cosmetic iris implants pose high risk of vision loss
Authors of a retrospective study into complications associated with iris implants advise that the procedure should be considered as malpractice.
Study investigates risk of children with unilateral retinoblastoma developing germline mutations
In one study of children with solitary unilateral retinoblastoma, the youngest children were found to have the greatest risk for a germline mutation.
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