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June 2016 Issue of The Ophthalmologist

Welcome to June's issue. Upfront’s topics range from a diagnostic dome for visual field assessment in infants, to the reasons why “open bag” IOLs reduce PCO. Our Feature is our “Art of Eyes” showcase which highlights the beauty inherent in ophthalmology – from scientific imaging to painting. In Practice sees Matteo Piovella discuss the lessons he’s learned from first generation mIOLs, and in NextGen we benchmark the cataract literature. In Profession, Chris Hanna and Gregory Hageman discuss their successes in building a bigger eye bank, and we Sit Down With Malik Kahook, Chief of Glaucoma, University of Colorado, USA.

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Articles featured in this issue

Business & Profession Professional Development

Determined to do Good

| Mark Hillen

Ophthalmology mourns the loss of a leader who achieved many great things

Subspecialties Cornea / Ocular Surface

2P-CXL: the Final Frontier?

Why settle for one-photon light absorption, when you can have two?

Business & Profession Glaucoma

Ring in the Changes

| Mark Hillen

Is a bimatoprost-eluting silicone ring a credible alternative to eyedrops?

Subspecialties Health Economics and Policy

The Future, in Sight

What can ophthalmologists expect from the aging baby boomer generation?

Subspecialties Basic & Translational Research

Pump Up the Volume

| Mark Hillen

Why do “open bag” IOLs reduce PCO?

Business & Profession Other

The Diagnostic Dome

| Mark Hillen

A new device could overcome the challenges of performing perimetry in infants

Subspecialties Retina

From FAME to the Real World

When it comes to newly approved treatments, real-world evidence is always eagerly anticipated

Subspecialties Imaging & Diagnostics

Image of the Month

A color fundus photography composite image of a morning glory disc anomaly in an 18-year-old. Image courtesy of Kevin S. Firl and Sandra Rocio Montezuma, Department of Ophthalmology & Visual Neuroscience, University of Minnesota.

Business & Profession Imaging & Diagnostics

The Art of Eyes: Anterior segment

| Sponsored by Optos

Looking deep into the science of eyes to find beauty.

Business & Profession Imaging & Diagnostics

The Art of Eyes: Posterior Segment

| Sponsored by Optos

Beautiful images of the posterior segment.

Business & Profession Basic & Translational Research

The Art of Eyes: Untold Ophthalmology

| Sponsored by Optos

Unusual images that impress, from across the spectrum of ophthalmic research.

Business & Profession Basic & Translational Research

The Art of Eyes: Miradas Art Competition

| Sponsored by Optos

Since 1998, the Miradas art contest has been run by the Jorge Alió Foundation, as a way of raising awareness and support for the prevention of blindness.

Subspecialties Refractive

Lessons Learned

| Matteo Piovella

We’ve learned our lessons from mixing and matching the first generations of mIOLs. Applying them to current mIOLs should lead to success with today’s multifocal lenses

Subspecialties Cataract

Benchmarking Cataract

Two years ago, we benchmarked the clinical cataract literature. What’s today’s state of play?

Business & Profession Business and Innovation

Building a Bigger (Eye) Bank

| Chris Hanna and Gregory S. Hageman

Making ocular research tissue widely available is achievable – if you approach it in the right way

Business & Profession Professional Development

Better by Design

| Malik Kahook

Sitting Down With... Malik Kahook, Slater Family Endowed Chair in Ophthalmology, Vice Chair of Clinical & Translational Research, and Chief, Glaucoma Service, Anschutz Medical Campus, University of Colorado, USA.

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