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The ‘Mozart Effect’ – how a fine melody might make for better surgery.
A saccharine story of the more you learn, the less you know.
There’s a gold-standard procedure for pterygium surgery, so why are people ignoring it?
Pavan Angadi and Robert F. Melendez
To find out we delved into the usage rates and trends among ophthalmologists.
Making a PACT to avoid decision procrastination.
Why I think e-posters risk stripping aware interaction and the potential of collaboration.
Who are the 100 most influential people in ophthalmology today?
New research reveals how pupils behave when we are asleep.
With the threat of a rising problem, who is responsible?
Günther Grabner had a stellar career in ophthalmology. He founded Austria’s first Eye Bank in 1977 in Vienna and was a pioneer in corneal refractive surgery from the early 1980s.
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