Dr. Peter McDonnell discusses his thoughts on the recent Ebola outbreak in Africa and the physician who inspired the philosophy of reverence for human life.
A preloaded IOL system shaved about 1 minute and 2 seconds from each cataract case performed at a single surgical site by reducing preoperative lens-related preparation activities.
Intraoperative measurement of astigmatism is helpful for accurate positioning of IOLs. Additionally, newly available toric lenses with aspheric optics make it possible to achieve excellent visual outcomes.
A gay teen that committed suicide after being bullied by his classmates had one last wish—to donate his organs. While his kidneys, liver, heart, and lungs were donated, because of an FDA regulation, his eyes were not due to his sexual orientation.
EyeCare America—a public service foundation of the American Academy of Ophthalmology—is hoping to inspire young ophthalmologists (YO) to become volunteers with a new initiative.