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A new generation of non-viral vectors can help treat more genetic disorders while making gene therapy easier and safer
There is almost endless potential to AI in ophthalmology, but it will never replace human judgement
How second-generation devices ease concerns and simplify adoption
Will the VF test remain stuck in the last century while virtual reality and eye-tracking technology race ahead in this one?
Let’s talk about future clinical management of patients with vision problems – now!
Hunter Cherwek speaks to The Ophthalmologist in support of the “See My Future” appeal
There’s no point in trying to make very young children accommodate the demands of standard visual field tests, so what can be done instead?
Is it time to shake the status quo in standard automated perimetry?
A chance meeting that led to over a decade of collaboration and innovation
Standard visual field (VF) tests are based on technology that is now almost half a century old – it's time for things to change
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