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UCLA Stein Eye Institute marks 50th anniversaryDigging into the history of 1966 reveals a collection of highlights from popular culture—the advent of the mini-skirt, the first Star Trek television show—and events that made daily headlines: the escalation of the war in Vietnam, as well as a series of manned and unmanned missions to space.
Promising advances in uveal melanoma treatmentImmunotherapy and other investigational treatments appear to be promising for uveal melanoma, according to Carol Shields, MD.
Securing grafts without suturesGlaucoma drainage devices aid in controlling IOP by redirecting aqueous from the anterior chamber to an external reservoir to regulate flow. They are typically used for patients who have failed previous surgeries or who have a high likelihood of failing procedures, such as trabeculectomy. While effective, they are traditionally anchored through the use of sutures, which is both time-intensive and may cause complications.