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Retina

Subspecialties Retina

From Eye to Infant

| Maryam Mahdi

Drugs used to treat retinal disorders appear to pass into breast milk, posing a potential risk to the normal development of nursing infants

Subspecialties Diabetes

Setting Our Sights on Diabetes

| Aleksandra Jones

Three diabetic eye disease gurus discuss prevention, detection, diagnosis, and treatment – and explain why it’s important to consider the future

Subspecialties Retina

Smart, But Not Smart Enough

| Steve Charles

AI image interpretation will not solve the diabetic retinopathy epidemic

Subspecialties Retina

Shifting the AMD Burden-Benefit Balance

| Rod McNeil

Aflibercept’s newly approved administration regime permits a reduction in intravitreal injection frequency

Subspecialties Health Economics and Policy

NICE to Have

NICE offers new option for retinal dystrophy patients

Subspecialties Retina

It's All in the Genes

| Phoebe Harkin

15-year study uncovers first known genetic cause for rare retinal disease

Subspecialties Retina

Investigate the Retina at the Microstructural Level

| Sponsored by Heidelberg Engineering

Capabilities of the new SPECTRALIS High Magnification Module

Subspecialties Neuro-ophthalmology

Bitesize Breakthroughs

| Phoebe Harkin

The latest ophthalmology research – in brief

Subspecialties Retina

A Promise Fulfilled?

The ongoing story of the retinal pigment epithelium patch for AMD vision loss

Subspecialties Imaging & Diagnostics

Adopting Adaptive Optics

| Adam Dubis

Do we need yet another retinal examination technology? If it can monitor change at the level of individual cells, the answer is a firm “yes!”

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