From ocular oncology to tackling neglected diseases, our 2020 Power Listers are making their mark on ophthalmology – and beyond.
Leading ophthalmic bodies warn that COVID-19 can be transmitted through aerosol contact with the conjunctiva
How surgical adjuncts can make cataract surgery safer – and minimize costs in the long run
Michael D. Abramoff,
Four deep learning experts discuss the ethical implications of using advanced technologies in eye care – and potential solutions
How will mitomycin C shortages affect glaucoma surgery?
Laura M. Periman
Nocturnal lagophthalmos plays a substantial role in dry eye manifestation and treatment outcomes, and it’s time we start taking it more seriously
Poor air quality is associated with increased risk of glaucoma
Dry eye disease does not appear overnight – creating awareness of the need for life-long ocular surface management is vital
Could a new nasal spray be a panacea for dry eye sufferers?
Through innovative methods of educating, screening and diagnosing the world’s population, we can win the battle against glaucoma
Anti-inflammatories that reduce patient adherence or offer a more reliable delivery mechanism are driving the evolution of postoperative regimens
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