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Cornea/Ocular Surface

Business & Profession Cornea/Ocular Surface

Perfection Achieved (but Nobody Seems to Care)

| Lawrence Hirst

There’s a gold-standard procedure for pterygium surgery, so why are people ignoring it?

Subspecialties Cornea/Ocular Surface

PTA Is Not the Way

| Alain Saad

We need to rethink the concept of PTA as a predictor of post-LASIK iatrogenic ectasia risk.

Subspecialties Cornea/Ocular Surface

Playing Our Cards Right

| Marcony Santhiago

Why the evidence shows that high PTA is a risk factor for post-LASIK ectasia.

Subspecialties Glaucoma

Central Corneal Connection

| Ruth Steer

A genetic link between CCT and glaucoma has been identified.

Subspecialties Cornea/Ocular Surface

CXLUSA: Show Us Your Hand

| Theo Seiler, Farhad Hafezi, J. Bradley Randleman & Paolo Vinciguerra

Poorly managed epi-on CXL risks trashing the technique's reputation – and we're yet to be convinced of CXLUSA's effectiveness.

Subspecialties Cornea/Ocular Surface

Nature’s Petri Dish

| Virender Sangwan

The advantages of SLET and how to perform it.

Subspecialties Cornea/Ocular Surface

Don’t Rub Your Eyes!

| Renato Ambrósio Jr.

It’s a simple message, but it will save sight. All ophthalmologists should help spread the word.

Subspecialties Business and Innovation

Sustaining Innovation

| Michael O’Rourke

Sustained-release drug delivery technologies over time, and how future innovators should proceed…

Subspecialties Cornea/Ocular Surface

Treating OSD Then and Now

| Elizabeth Yeu

Combating the modern dry eye epidemic.

Subspecialties Cornea/Ocular Surface

Time to Drop the Debate

| Roy Rubinfeld

It shouldn't be about epi-on or epi-off CXL… The focus should be on what's best for patients.

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