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Honors celebrate research, future generation in retinaSixteen fellows and residents show just why research in retina is on the cutting edge
Video system has ‘transformative potential’ for blind patients
Research offers insights on clinical course, management of CSCR
Irregular corneas pose challenges for toric IOLs
Novel IOL may be key to preventing negative dysphotopsia
Treat-and-extend protocol reduces burden of anti-VEGF treatment for DMEResults of the prospective TREX-DME study provide an evidence base for using a treat-and-extend protocol for administering anti-VEGF injections for eyes with diabetic macular edema.
Cataract surgery may prolong life in older women
Accepting change is hard, but with the right guidance it doesn’t have to beBlogger Donna Suter draws from personal experience and provides four tips on maintaining the needs of your practice in an evolving business climate.
ASCRS names Stephen H. Speares executive directorThe American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery’s (ASCRS) Executive Committee announced that Stephen H. “Steve” Speares will serve as the society’s next executive director, according to a prepared statement.
Suprachoroidal corticosteroid shows visual, anatomic improvements in DME eyesSuprachoroidal triamcinolone acetonide (CLS-TA, Clearside Biomedical) injection resulted in visual and anatomic improvements in eyes with diabetic macular edema, particularly in those that were treatment-naïve. Multiple injections of the investigational treatment were well-tolerated and associated with a low incidence of IOP elevation.