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Subspecialties Retina

Different Strokes

| Alun Evans | 3 min read

Mount Sinai research highlights the need for swifter diagnosis of retinal artery occlusions using OCT and remote consultation

Subspecialties Retina

Surgical Tips for Retina, Part 1

| Ferenc Kuhn, Andrzej Grzybowski | 5 min read

Ferenc Kuhn and Andrzej Grzybowski discuss what needs to be addressed before the retina surgeon sits down at the operating table

Subspecialties Pediatric

Big Problem, Mini Solution

| Jamie Irvine | 6 min read

Researchers have designed a “mini gene” therapy that could hold promise for treating Usher Syndrome Type 1F

Business & Profession Glaucoma

Courting Controversy in Ophthalmology

| Julian Upton | 6 min read

Subspecialties Cataract

Contrast Sensitivity: Adding SPARCS to Your Testing

| Parul Ichhpujani | 5 min read

Why the Spaeth Richman Contrast Sensitivity test is set to raise the standard of CS assessments

Subspecialties Glaucoma

Advancing Glaucoma Care with Personalized Medicine

| Rishikesh Gandhewar | 5 min read

Realizing the potential of precision glaucoma therapy means understanding the foundational pillars of personalized medicine

Subspecialties Retina

Izervay for GA: More to See

| Julian Upton | 4 min read

Iveric Bio’s Erin Henry talks about the potential for the recently-FDA approved Izervay to address unmet needs in geographic atrophy patients

Subspecialties Retina

At First Sight: The Future of Gene Therapy for Retinal Health

| Jamie Irvine | 13 min read

Three companies – Cardinal Health, REGENXBIO, and Beacon Therapeutics – help us explore gene therapy development in the ophthalmic space

Subspecialties Neuro-ophthalmology

Upscaling Pediatrics

| Sarah Healey | 2 min read

Socioeconomic factors linked with NDI in infants screened for ROP

Business & Profession Basic & Translational Research

Cover Stars!

| Alun Evans | 5 min read

We look back on The Ophthalmologist's 2023 magazine covers

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