Roberto Bellucci addresses ESCRS Opening Ceremony

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02 Sep 2014
Squamous cell carcinoma can sometimes masquerade as pterygium.
02 Sep 2014
Vitamin supplements may indeed reduce the risk for developing cataracts
02 Sep 2014
An implantable miniature telescope can provide useful visual function in carefully selected patients with end-stage AMD
19 Sep 2014
Bilic Vision Ophthalmology and Orthopeadic Polyclinic, Zagreb, Croatia, was named the winner of the 1st Marketing Case Competition at the close of the ESCRS Practice Management and Development programme in London.
19 Sep 2014
This year’s winners in the ESCRS Poster Competition covered a wide range of topics and included investigations into some of the more mysterious aspects of vision as well as updates on some of the newest cataract and refractive surgery technologies.
19 Sep 2014
Hiroyuki Matsushima, Japan, received First Prize overall in this year’s Video Competition for his presentation, “Opacification of intraocular lenses”,
19 Sep 2014
Education will be the key theme driving future ESCRS initiatives, Roberto Bellucci, president of the ESCRS told delegates at the XXXII Congress of the ESCRS in London, UK..
17 Sep 2014
There are many reasons why patients may need secondary procedures, but modern surgical techniques can usually provide a good visual result

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David O’Brart, president of the United Kingdom and Ireland Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgeons, previews the XXXII Congress of the ESCRS
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AAO Annual MeetingSat, 10/18/2014 (All day)
27th APACRS Annual MeetingSat, 10/18/2014 (All day)
94th SOI National CongressFri, 11/21/2014 (All day)
19th ESCRS Winter MeetingFri, 02/20/2015 (All day)
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