01 Oct 2014
The negative attitudes of others and lack of support are among the most disabling factors faced by children who are blind in developing countries
01 Oct 2014
A new MISS technique for rectus and oblique muscle displacement offers a safe and effective means of performing muscle surgery
01 Oct 2014
Imaging technologies developed for adults and for specialties other than ophthalmology are being adapted for ophthalmic use in children with good results
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

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Hydrodissection and hydrodelineation are vital for safe phacoemulsification
Correcting astigmatism and preventing endophthalmitis remained popular endeavours among European cataract and refractive surgeons in 2013.
David O’Brart, president of the United Kingdom and Ireland Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgeons, previews the XXXII Congress of the ESCRS
Research drives progress in ophthalmology. There are countless examples where a standard technique or procedure is first accepted, then questioned, challenged, rejected only to be replaced by a new approach.

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Oct18
AAO Annual MeetingSat, 10/18/2014 (All day)
Oct18
27th APACRS Annual MeetingSat, 10/18/2014 (All day)
Nov21
94th SOI National CongressFri, 11/21/2014 (All day)
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19th ESCRS Winter MeetingFri, 02/20/2015 (All day)
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