One hundred reasons to celebrate women in ophthalmology
Catching possible corneal and retinal complexities preoperatively
Looking at IOLs through a surgical microscope, have you thought about the materials and processes that give rise to the lens?
Keeping patients safe while not compromising their sight in a pandemic has been a constant balancing act
Not anymore. Four refractive specialists share their views on the future of the subspecialty and making the best start in the refractive surgery space
A 2021 update on binocular spectacle-free vision, following up on one of The Ophthalmologist’s most-read articles of the past five years
Significant numbers of cataract patients are also glaucomatous – increasingly, it makes medical and economic sense to address both conditions at once
Postoperative adjustment of IOL power is now a reality
ViPer’s simultaneous indenting and transscleral illumination gives retinal surgeons more autonomy
by Santen SA
For optimal efficacy and easy post-operative management, consider PRESERFLO™ MicroShunt, which can be combined with cataract surgery
Armin Wolf explains why physics is so important and how Oertli’s SPEEPMode™ is bringing cataract surgery to the next level
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