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This month’s image shows a retinal pigment epithelium patch, transplanted under the retina of the first patient to undergo this treatment
Retinal imaging in the era of personalized medicine
The unique capabilities of CENTERVUE's EIDON TrueColor confocal scanner are invaluable to retinal specialists who want the full – and best – picture
The ZEISS CLARUS 700 is the first fundus camera to combine an ultra-widefield of view with True color high-resolution imaging
A new generation of non-viral vectors can help treat more genetic disorders while making gene therapy easier and safer
The latest ophthalmology news – in brief
by Heidelberg Engineering
Enhance your clinical decision making with the ANTERION® imaging platform optimized for the anterior segment
In 2015, a novel imaging technique promised to detect retinal disorders before structural changes were visible – but has this promise been fulfilled?
Sitting Down With… Robert MacLaren, Vitreoretinal Surgeon, Professor of Ophthalmology, University of Oxford, UK
Could harnessing the power of artificial intelligence put an end to the leading cause of sight loss in the developed world?
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