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Navigating Presbyopia Correction Expectations

In a perfect world, every patient who wants and needs a presbyopia-correcting IOL would receive one. But in the real world, this aspiration is tempered by considerations of IOL safety and performance, Francesco Carones argues.

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(Not) Seeing Eye to Eye

| Arthur B. Cummings, Greg Parkhurst, Blake Williamson, Daniel S. Durrie, Guy M. Kezirian, Lance J. Kugler, Jennifer Loh, R. Luke Rebenitsch, Ik Hee Ryu, Evan D. Schoenberg, Jason E. Stahl, Roger Zaldivar

George Beiko’s controversial take on refractive lens exchange, published in our November issue, elicited a strong response from readers. Here, 12 respected surgeons provide a counterpoint.

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From Star Wars to a New Hope

Here, Bert Massie shares his passion for entrepreneurship, and describes how innovations in ophthalmology have been driven by the evolution of sensors, microprocessors and lasers.

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SCHWIND AMARIS product family: High performance eye laser systems from the technology leader

In this exclusive video, Tobias Neuhann, Medical Head at Augenklinik am Marienplatz, explains why Schwind lasers are his first choice.

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Squalamine on Trial

Squalamine may have fascinating origins – originally derived from the livers of the dogfish shark – but as a treatment for wet AMD it has so far failed to have any “bite.”

Business & Profession

Time Well Spent

Sitting Down With… John Berdahl, Partner at Vance Thompson Vision, Founder and CEO of Equinox, Sioux Falls, South Dakota, USA.

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Hands Off “Hands-On” Training

Over the last 50 years eye surgery and surgical training have altered out of all recognition. But dedicated trainers and graded hands-on training remain the two foundations.

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In Black and White

Modern ophthalmology relies on novel ideas being explored and developed. In the race towards commercialization, let’s not forget to protect the intellectual property of the innovator.

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It’s All in the Small Print

Eye drops rely on “Grandma technology,” says Sean Ianchulev, and patients deserve better. His solution? Use inkjet instrumentation to print drugs onto the cornea: smaller doses, smarter delivery, safer therapy.

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Mighty MIGS

Minimally invasive glaucoma surgery looks set to transform IOP management – but which interventions are currently available, and when, how and on whom should they be used? Sneha Konda and Bala Ambati discuss.

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Worth a Thousand Words

| Sponsored by Haag Streit Diagnostics

Pearls from the leaders in slit lamp imaging

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A Personal Solution to a Global Problem

From outer space to the inner eye, iDESIGN Refractive Studio is revolutionizing laser vision correction

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Tackling Scarring, Improving Outcomes

Introducing the Radiance Tx Beta Ophthalmic Applicator System: a new companion for glaucoma filtration surgery

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