This year we have 50 of the best inventors, mentors, emerging leaders, surgical pioneers and champions of change. With our “Five Top Tens,” we hope to showcase the best, the brightest, and the most forward-thinking that ophthalmology has to offer.
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Constance Okeke opens our February issue with an editorial explaining why it is vitally important to talk about glaucoma problems and solutions in the new decade. Glaucoma management is the first of two “special series” themes The Ophthalmologist will focus on this year. For our cover feature, we speak with four ocular surface experts about solutions that work best for their dry eye patients. We also explore ethical issues surrounding the use of AI in eye care. Don’t forget to check out our redesigned Upfront section, featuring the latest research, innovations and trends in ophthalmology. In our opinion columns, Debbie Osborn argues the importance of physicians joining societies and alliances, and Ian Wishart explains why women are disproportionately affected by vision impairment.
The Alice in Wonderland themed In Practice article sees Karim Damji use VR for patient education, while Rochelle Nataloni speaks to Cathleen McCabe and Dave Patel on dealing with post-cataract inflammation. Rubens Belfort explores the wonders of swept-source OCT. The Profession department shows us how Gregory Parkhurst educates patients on available premium IOL options, and Matias Iglicki and Dinah Zur present their international retina network. Finally, we sit down with glaucoma specialist, Keith Martin.