VISION 2020: The Right to Sight – what’s next in the global challenge to reduce vision impairment and blindness?
Leading epidemiologists give an overview of the status of vision loss in the seven super-regions of the world
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
Why corneal biomechanical properties matter – and why you should introduce them into your everyday practice
A 2021 update on binocular spectacle-free vision, following up on one of The Ophthalmologist’s most-read articles of the past five years
Low-energy, high-impact – CLEAR is a superb solution for lenticule separation and extraction
Postoperative adjustment of IOL power is now a reality
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