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(Not) Seeing Eye to Eye

| Arthur B. Cummings, Greg Parkhurst, Blake Williamson, Daniel S. Durrie, Guy M. Kezirian, Lance J. Kugler, Jennifer Loh, R. Luke Rebenitsch, Ik Hee Ryu, Evan D. Schoenberg, Jason E. Stahl, Roger Zaldivar

12 surgeons provide a counterpoint to George Beiko’s controversial take on refractive lens exchange.


SCHWIND AMARIS product family: High performance eye laser systems from the technology leader

In this exclusive video, Tobias Neuhann, Medical Head at Augenklinik am Marienplatz, explains why Schwind lasers are his first choice.


Squalamine on Trial

Squalamine may have fascinating origins – originally derived from the livers of the dogfish shark – but as a treatment for wet AMD it has so far failed to have any “bite.”


Worth a Thousand Words

| Sponsored by Haag Streit Diagnostics

Pearls from the leaders in slit lamp imaging


From Star Wars to a New Hope

Here, Bert Massie shares his passion for entrepreneurship, and describes how innovations in ophthalmology have been driven by the evolution of sensors, microprocessors and lasers.


Outside-In Innovation

How and why technological and scientific discoveries from diverse fields drive ophthalmology forward


Easing the Pressure

It’s time to change the way we think about premium lenses for glaucoma patients.


The China Study

Accessibility and affordability of cataract surgery has improved in China – but there is still more to achieve


Through the Eye of a Needle

| Phoebe Harkin

Could a double-layered eye patch answer common drug delivery problems?


The Best of Multiple Worlds?

| Sponsored by Hoya

The HOYA 4-in-1 multiSertTM delivery system preloaded with VivinexTM IOL offers unmatched IOL delivery flexibility and consistency, but how does the VivinexTM IOL perform over the longer term?


All in a Day's Work

| Sponsored by Santen

Highlights from the “Decoding Glaucoma: A place for 24-hour IOP control” educational symposium organized by Santen and held at the 13th EGS Congress, Florence, Italy, on May 19, 2018. The symposium was moderated by Carlo Traverso (University of Genova, Italy), and featured presentations and comments from Luciano Quaranta (University of Brescia, Italy), Antonio Figueiredo (University of Lisbon, Portugal), and Anastasios Konstas (Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece).

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