Scientists at the University of Birmingham, UK are developing an eye drop that they say could revolutionise treatment for age-related macular degeneration (AMD).
Cynthia Bradford MD has some pearls of wisdom for young surgeons
Dr Oliver Findl delivered the American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery in the 2018 Cornelius Binkhorst Lecture in Washington DC, USA.
The newly designed Free Paper Forum will allow delegates to attend parallel sessions and represents an evolutionary step for the ESCRS
Prof Rudy MMA Nuijts MD PhD will be delivering the Ridley Medal Lecture at the 36th Congress of the ESCRS in Vienna
Undetected toxic batches of PFO and related products cause extreme vision loss
Dislocation and decentration remained the leading cause overall for intraocular lens (IOL) explants in 2017
Dr Clare Quigley reflects on a lifetime of myopia and an education in ophthalmology
Kristine Morrill talks to Rod Solar and discusses how social media is playing an increasingly important role in communications between ophthalmologists and their patients
Sean Henahan speaks to Soosan Jacob about white cataract phaco
Dr Marc Labetoulle talks to Dr Oliver Findl about the advantages and disadvantages for a dropless approach to cataract surgery.
Sean Henahan talks to Bekir Sitki Aslan, Head of Eye Department, Ankara Memorial Hospital, Turkey about what has changed 50 years after the introduction of phaco.
Paul Rosen interviews Patrick Condon about the early days of phacoemulsification. Irish surgeon Patrick Condon visited Charles Kelman in New York, where he observed surgeries and travelled with Kelman by private helicopter, as well as later bringing him to Ireland in the mid-1980s. He also worked with Eric Arnott in London, where he learned the […]
Paul Rosen interviews Richard Packard about his early experience of phaco. Dr Packard talks about working with Eric Arnott at the Charing Cross Hospital in London,UK, the first phaco machines, the opposition he encountered from many of his colleagues and the eventual acceptance of the procedure.
Sean Henahan interviews Boris Malyugin, who presented the Binkhorst Medal Lecture at the XXXV Congress of the ESCRS in Lisbon, Portugal, about the challenge of performing cataract surgery on eyes with small pupils. ESCRS members can watch Dr Malyugin’s lecture free on ESCRS on Demand.
It is challenging to identify patients with the early stages of the disease. But overenthusiastic screening could lead to other people receiving treatment who really don’t need it. Dr Ingeborg Stalmans talks with Dr Fotis Topouzis about glaucoma underdiagnosis and overdiagnosis.
Some 50 years after Fyodorov published the first paper on theoretical IOL power calculation, achieving an ideal patient outcome still remains a challenge. Dr Jaime Aramberri talks to Dr Warren Hill, Mesa, Arizona, US about an innovative approach using artificial intelligence, the “Hill-radial basis function”.
Béatrice Cochener interviews François Malecaze, who delivered the EuCornea Medal lecture at the 8th EuCornea Congress in Lisbon, Portugal.
Penetrating keratoplasty was the original, and for a long time, the most common keratoplasty procedure. Professor Dan Epstein discusses the longer term results of keratoplasty with Professor Beatrice Frueh.
Corneal neovascularisation is a serious condition that can lead to a profound decline in vision. How can this problem best be managed? Sean Henahan talks to Claus Cursiefen.