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Cataract & Refractive
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Retina
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Electronic retina implants can restore enough vision for some patients to pursue tasks of daily living, according to RE ...

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Glaucoma
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The loss of autoantibodies may serve as useful biomarkers for glaucoma, according to Nadine von Thun Und ...

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Keeler welcomes optometry students to Windsor headquartersOphthalmic instrument manufacturer Keeler has recently hosted undergraduate optometry students at its UK headquarters in Windsor, Berkshire. Visitors included students from the University of Bradford, Anglia Ruskin University and Aston University.
Viscosplit and crack in mini-coaxial small-incision cataract surgeryCataract surgery assisted by viscosplit and crack with a new phaco tip gives good results compared with standard phacoemulsification, either bimanual or one-handed.
Rayner’s clear vision for the future of cataract surgeryRayner designs and manufactures IOLs and proprietary injection devices for use in cataract surgery. As the first manufacturer of the IOL, they’ve been working with surgeons for longer than anyone.
Experience with a second-generation ICRSA new double-arc intrastromal corneal ring segment may help to improve visual outcomes and rehabilitate the physiologic optical surface by remodelling the cornea
Diabetic retinopathy and macular oedema increase in SpainDiabetic retinopathy and diabetic macular oedema are both increasing in Spain, especially among relatively young people, researchers said.
What you should know about SMILE and wavefront guided LASIKFindings of a literature review highlight the need for more studies to compare SMILE and WFG LASIK for treatment of myopia and myopic astigmatism.
How IOL platform designs are achieving quality of visionPatient satisfaction is high following implant of the Symfony IOL, which is designed with an elongated focal zone in an attempt to minimise visual compromises and avoid visual dysphotopsias.
Keratoconic eye experience with a long-arc intrastromal corneal ringLong-arc ICRS were developed to meet the needs of patients with nipple-type keratoconus. However, new study findings suggest they may also help to improve visual acuity and regularise the cornea in patients with all types of keratoconus.
Experience with a single-use, preassembled silicone I/A tip systemAn I/A tip system comprises a preassembled, single-use silicone I/A tip, which has advantages over other commercially available products. It helps to reduce capsular rupture during cataract surgery and also eliminates tricky tip assembly and cleaning.
Why primary angle-closure glaucoma is declining in Scotland
Why primary angle-closure glaucoma is declining in ScotlandDespite predictions that the prevalence of APACG, a leading cause of blindness, is set to rise worldwide, some authors have reported a decline in certain countries.