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The Power of a Wider Point of View

Highlights from the satellite symposium “Optos 200° Ultra-Widefield Retinal Imaging: Clinical Advances and Emerging Applications” held on 21 September 2018, at the 18th EURETINA Congress, Vienna, Austria.

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Real Advances from Virtual Reality

Combining VR ‘gaming’ technology with advanced wireless electroencephalography may transform the monitoring and diagnosis of visual disorders – particularly glaucoma.

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Shifting Patterns in Glaucoma Management

| Peter Good

Earlier diagnosis, more timely intervention and more rational clinical decisions: the advantages of steady-state pattern electroretinography should not be ignored.

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Animal Instincts

| Phoebe Harkin

A study into the retinal membranes of rodents attempts to shed light on autosomal dominant Stargardt disease and age-related macular degeneration

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Innovations in Wide-Angle Retinal Imaging

Introducing the Phoenix ICON

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A Job for Life

| Carol Shields

Sitting Down With… Carol Shields, Chief of the Ocular Oncology Service at Wills Eye Hospital and Professor of Ophthalmology at Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia, USA

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Time to PACK?

| Sneha Konda and Bala Ambati

Assessing the use of corneal crosslinking for the treatment for bacterial keratitis

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An Eye for Perfection

How the new BIOM® HD Disposable Lens and HD Disposable LenZ from OCULUS provide vitreoretinal surgeons the perfect view – in every case

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Unlock the Surrogates

| Rajendra S. Apte

Current methods of diagnosing and monitoring glaucoma sometimes fail physicians and patients alike – could molecular biomarkers open the door to better outcomes?

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Image of the Month

| Kelly Aileen Oldstein

This ultra-widefield image of a choroid was submitted by Kelly Aileen Oldstein, an Ophthalmic Photographer at Chester County Eye Care, PA, USA.

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