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Let There Be… Lasers

As a Nobel Prize in Physics goes to a woman for the first time in 55 years, we shine a stark light on the issues faced by women in ophthalmology.

Subspecialties Other

Image of the Month

| Kelly Aileen Oldstein

This ultra-widefield image of a choroid was submitted by Kelly Aileen Oldstein, an Ophthalmic Photographer at Chester County Eye Care, PA, USA.

Business & Profession Other

Minor Modification, Major Impact

| Ruth Steer

Change – it’s what drives the world forwards. But do we always recognize when it’s needed?

Subspecialties Other

The Gift of Sight...

| Ruth Steer

The gift of sight – and the different ways that those in eye care strive to deliver it

Business & Profession Retina

Modern Medicine’s Makeunder

| Ruth Steer

What goes up must come down. And what goes forward can always come back to serve the many, not the few

Business & Profession Refractive

Through the Photon Sieve

| Walter Furlan

Introducing a new concept for presbyopia correction that turns the disadvantages of currently available inlays into advantages for patients.

Subspecialties Cornea/Ocular Surface

The Art of Eyes 2018

| Ruth Steer

We present a collection of beautiful images from across the whole spectrum of ophthalmology.

Subspecialties Other

An Eye on Our Planet’s Future

| Ruth Steer

Can ophthalmology be more sustainable?

Business & Profession Basic & Translational Research

Taking Next Steps

| Ruth Steer

Introducing the recipient of the inaugural ICO-Allergan Advanced Research Fellowship.

Business & Profession Other

The Curse of Indecision

| Ruth Steer

Why are many potential refractive surgery patients – myself included – not pulling the trigger on vision correction?

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