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Business & Profession

Eye of the Magpie

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Researchers have always stolen shiny new techniques from colleagues in other fields – and some ophthalmologists are particularly effective thieves, John Marshall argues.

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From Star Wars to a New Hope

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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.

Business & Profession

Image of the Month

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The powerful magnification in this fundus image montage highlights the Iluvien micro-implant like the bright yellow anther in a stargazer lily.

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

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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

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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

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

Business & Profession

Hands Off “Hands-On” Training

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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.

Business & Profession

In Black and White

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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.

Business & Profession

It’s All in the Small Print

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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

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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

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Pearls from the leaders in slit lamp imaging

Business & Profession

A Personal Solution to a Global Problem

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

Business & Profession

Tackling Scarring, Improving Outcomes

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

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