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Diabetic Eye Disease
Diabetic Eye DiseaseClinical challenges and practical tips for multidisciplinary disease management
Diabetic Eye Disease
Diabetic Eye Disease
Five secrets to success with co-management
Five secrets to success with co-managementFive ophthalmologists share how to make the most of a co-managed relationship for smoother patient handoff, improved preoperative experiences, and better postoperative outcomes.
Dr. Mali's top 5 predictions in ophthalmology for 2018
Dr. Mali's top 5 predictions in ophthalmology for 2018Josh Mali, MD, shares his predictions for the 2018 ophthalmic year.
Lessons learned from Shake Shack and Danny Meyer
Lessons learned from Shake Shack and Danny MeyerOT blogger Donna Suter shares the essential keys to success from master entrepreneur Danny Meyer, founder of Shake Shack. Implementing his tips will make your practice flourish!
Novel accommodating IOL achieves unique level of accommodative change
Novel accommodating IOL achieves unique level of accommodative changeA prototype of a novel dual-mode, accommodating-disaccommodating intraocular lens with zonular capture haptics has been fabricated successfully. The lens has shown in bench studies to exhibit axial shift and shape change that results in up to about 26 D of accommodative change,
Engaging OCTA in glaucoma imaging
Engaging OCTA in glaucoma imagingA prospective, observational study found that eyes with mild POAG could be differentiated from pre-perimetric glaucomatous eyes, which also could be differentiated from normal eyes using OCTA-derived retinal vessel density measurements.
Aqueous angiography: Moving toward individualized IOP control
Aqueous angiography: Moving toward individualized IOP controlAqueous angiography facilitates increased understanding of aqueous humor outflow that can provide individualized treatment for IOP control.
Scleral tunnel ‘glued’ fixation technique for slipped IOLs
Scleral tunnel ‘glued’ fixation technique for slipped IOLsScleral tunnel, “glued” fixation technique works better than alternative fixation techniques in cases where intraocular lenses (IOLs) cannot be placed in capsular bag or in the sulcus, according to Sumit Garg, MD.
Small-aperture IOL offers advantages over other presbyopia lenses
Small-aperture IOL offers advantages over other presbyopia lensesA new small-aperture intraocular lens (IOL) extends patients’ depth of focus as well as multifocal IOLs with fewer dysphotopsias, researchers say.