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Retina

Subspecialties Diabetes

Sleeping Off Diabetic Retinopathy

| Sponsored by PolyPhotonix

Sharing results from a real-world single center study of patients with diabetic macular oedema (DMO) who wore a home-use sleep mask (Noctura 400)

Business & Profession Professional Development

The Happiness Equation

| Aleksandra Jones

Sitting Down With… Judy E. Kim, Professor, Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences at the Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA

Subspecialties Basic & Translational Research

Serving One’s (Re)Purpose

| Jayakrishna Ambati

It’s important to repurpose, reuse, and recycle – and Jayakrishna Ambati has discovered that repurposing a class of HIV drugs may treat dry AMD

Subspecialties Cataract

Yamane – Theory to Practice

| Abha Amin

What is it like to use the Yamane technique for the first time?

Subspecialties Basic & Translational Research

A Smoking Gun

| Geoffrey Potjewyd

We have the prime gene suspects of AMD – but is a private eye needed to find the smoking gun and assign a therapeutic target?

Subspecialties Neuro-ophthalmology

Of Mice and Men

| Geoffrey Potjewyd

Mouse vision is presumed to have low spatial resolution – but the discovery of the focea begs to differ

Subspecialties Retina

Throwback Thursday: Big Ideas... Coming True

| Aleksandra Jones

Robert MacLaren is The Ophthalmologist's regular contributor; here, we revisit the most interesting of his articles and conversations

Subspecialties Retina

The Birds Have (Magnetic) Eyes

| Geoffrey Potjewyd

A magnetic field-sensitive protein identified in the retinas of birds may be responsible for remarkably precise seasonal migration

Subspecialties Retina

Ebb and Flow

| Aleksandra Jones

Using OCT angiography to assess patients with sickle cell retinopathy before the disease progresses to irreversible vision loss

Subspecialties Basic & Translational Research

Off the Beaten Pathway

| Peter Kaiser

Selectively blocking a single pathway of the complement cascade may lead to the first approved geographic atrophy therapy

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