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Lynda Charters
Selective two-photon collagen crosslinking: Why more is better
Selective two-photon collagen crosslinking: Why more is better
Selective two-photon collagen crosslinking has been shown to stiffen any three-dimensional region inside corneal tissue without damaging surrounding tissues.
Addressing challenges of Acanthamoeba keratitis
Acanthamoeba keratitis is a vision-threatening disease most frequently seen in contact lens wearers. The disease mimics numerous diseases, and early recognition is needed to achieve optimal visual outcomes.
Differentiating among mosquito-borne forms of uveitis
Differentiating among mosquito-borne forms of uveitis
Clinicians should recognize the symptoms of West Nile virus, Dengue fever, and Chikungunya that are spread by mosquitos and can have ocular manifestations.
Phakic IOLs address challenge of treating broad range of refractive errors
Phakic IOLs are viable alternatives for treating high refractive errors.
Accommodating IOL outcomes: Femtosecond laser or manual cataract removal
Patients with accommodating IOLs implanted using a femtosecond laser-assisted procedure or manual cataract removal had similar excellent visual outcomes.
Newest ICLs associated with low incidence of cataract formation
Implantation of the newest Implantable Collamer Lens phakic intraocular lenses (V4b and V4c) did not cause cataract formation in highly myopic patients.
Imaging for Horner syndrome: Balancing cost with diagnostic accuracy
A single contrast-enhanced brain magnetic resonance imaging extending to the level of T2 in the chest and pharmacologic confirmation without localization seems appropriate to identify lesions in patients with Horner syndrome.
Lesion size plays key role in squalamine eye drops therapy
Squalamine lactate—when combined with ranibizumab for treating neovascular age-related macular degeneration—achieved improved visual function when compared with the results achieved with ranibizumab treatment alone.
New instruments, devices improve safety and speed in vitreoretinal surgery
David R. Chow, MD, provides an overview of new technological advancements for the vitreoretinal surgeon.
Genetic, environmental twin studies provide clues to myopia
With myopia on the rise, greater understanding of genetic and environmental factors is needed to refine interventions that may curtail disease progression.


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