November Issue: CATARACT SURGERY 2044

05 Nov 2014
10 per cent of patients undergoing descemet membrane endothelial keratoplasty (DMEK) are at risk of pupillary block after surgery
05 Nov 2014
Apart from having a normal IOP, there is as yet no known diagnostic feature of normal-tension glaucoma (NTG) that separates it from high-tension glaucoma
05 Nov 2014
In the future, patients with glaucoma could receive a treatment that takes 10 minutes, lowers intraocular pressure (IOP) to 10mmHg, and lasts for 10 years
21 Oct 2014
An online registry sponsored by ESCRS and EURETINA is now available for reporting endophthalmitis cases throughout Europe
20 Oct 2014
Second-eye cataract surgery improves visual function and quality of life beyond levels obtained after first-eye surgery
20 Oct 2014
A review of the Swedish National Cataract Registry shows that about 4.0 per cent of patients in 2012 and 5.5 per cent in 2013 received cataract surgery without a discernible clinical indication
19 Oct 2014
Despite patient satisfaction with LASIK outcomes exceeding 94 per cent in most categories, the procedure still presents significant risk
19 Oct 2014
Despite patient satisfaction with LASIK outcomes exceeding 94 per cent in most categories, the procedure still presents significant risk
19 Oct 2014
More than 5,000 ophthalmologists now contribute to the IRIS Registry, for Intelligent Research in Sight

Other news from November Issue

IOLs designed to snap into the precise capsulotomies made possible...
Lampos Lamprogiannis won the 2014 John Henahan writing prize for young ophthalmogists
Smart contact lenses target the eye as new frontier in health monitoring
While the past 40 years have produced major advances in cataract surgery leading to enhanced safety and excellent visual outcomes for most patients, there is still some unfinished business

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Feb20
19th ESCRS Winter MeetingFri, 02/20/2015 (All day)
Apr17
May01
6th BALTIC CongressFri, 05/01/2015 (All day)
May22
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XXXIII Congress of the ESCRSSat, 09/05/2015 (All day)
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