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Subspecialties Cataract

If You Think of It, Use It!

| David Lockington

How surgical adjuncts can make cataract surgery safer – and minimize costs in the long run


Subspecialties Health Economics and Policy

The Ethics of AI

| Michael D. Abramoff, Pearse Keane, Stephen Odaibo, Daniel Ting

Four deep learning experts discuss the ethical implications of using advanced technologies in eye care – and potential solutions

Business & Profession Refractive

A Refractive Outlook for All

| Gregory D. Parkhurst

A focus on refractive outcomes might start at the top, but it shouldn’t end there

Subspecialties Glaucoma

Drug Drought

| Obeda Kailani, Claudia Quijano, Dan Lindfield

How will mitomycin C shortages affect glaucoma surgery?

Subspecialties Imaging & Diagnostics

The Beauty of Choroidal Clarity

| Rubens Belfort

The many advantages of swept-source OCT for the visualization of choroidal structure

Business & Profession Professional Development

All For One, One For All

| Matias Iglicki, Dinah Zur

25 retina specialists, one pioneering model for international collaboration – this is the story of the International Retina Group

Subspecialties Business and Innovation

Through the Looking Glass

| Karim F. Damji

Virtual reality is adding a new dimension to education for common ocular diseases

Subspecialties Cataract

Dousing the Post-Cataract Flames

| Rochelle Nataloni

Anti-inflammatories that reduce patient adherence or offer a more reliable delivery mechanism are driving the evolution of postoperative regimens

Subspecialties Health Economics and Policy

Ophthalmic Frontiers: AI

| Michael D. Abramoff, Pearse Keane, Stephen Odaibo, Daniel Ting

Four AI and deep learning gurus discuss the use of these advanced technologies in eye care – and predict where they may take us next

Subspecialties Retina

Quantum Leap?

| Jim Taylor

Electrical stimulation of neural responses can significantly improve outcomes for retinitis pigmentosa patients

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