EUROTIMES April 2017
  • What are the best procedures for low-to-moderate myopia?

  • Patient selection critical for electronic retinal implants

  • Soft cataract phacoemulsification

  • Tips for getting started with social media

  • Pocket-sized retina camera

  • New study compares sighted and blind brains

  • Mayo Clinic researchers demonstrate value of second opinions

  • Depression and cataract

  • DMEK finds its mark

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April 2017 Articles
  • Surgical Phaco Basics – Bekir Sitki Aslan

    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.

    Friday 15, December 2017
  • Visual Retinal Image Quality – Raymond Applegate

    Quality of vision following any kind of refractive surgery matters most to patients. But how do we measure this, and how do evaluate the outcomes of various refractive surgical interventions in a comparative way? Marie-José Tassignon discusses this important topic with Dr Ray Applegate, of the University of Houston, Texas.

    Thursday 26, October 2017
  • Ocular Surface Disease – José Güell

    Sean Henahan talks to José Güell, Associate Professor Ophthalmology, Autonoma University, Barcelona, Spain, about Ocular Surface Disease and the impact it has on surgical outcomes.

    Wednesday 13, December 2017
  • ESCRS PREMED Study Results – Rudy Nuijts

    A combination of a topical corticosteroid and a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) is more effective than either agent alone in reducing the risk of developing cystoid macular edema (CME) after cataract surgery in non-diabetic patients, according to the results of the ESCRS PREMED European study presented at the XXXV Congress of the ESCRS in Lisbon […]

    Monday 9, October 2017
  • MIGS and Glaucoma – Carrol Webers

    Despite the improvements in surgical and medical therapy of glaucoma in recent years, maintaining target IOP is still a challenge in many cases. Marie Jose Tassignon talks to Professor Carrol Webers, Head of the University Eye Clinic, Maastricht, The Netherlands about how minimally invasive glaucoma surgery, may help to optimize glaucoma management.

    Friday 3, November 2017
  • Endothelial cell loss – Massimo Busin

    Post-operative progressive endothelial cell loss continues to be a problem following refractive surgery. Dan Epstein speaks with Dr Massimo Busin, Villa Serena Hospital, Forli, Italy about the clinical management of this problem.

    Friday 13, October 2017
  • DMEK versus DSEK – José Güell

    Corneal surgeons now have many options besides penetrating keratoplasty for transplantation. How do they compare and what should surgeons keep in mind when considering these options? Dan Epstein discusses this topic with José Güell, Barcelona, Spain

    Friday 29, September 2017
  • New laser approach for capsulotomy – Pavel Stodůlka

    Roberto Bellucci talks to Pavel Stodůlka about a new laser approach for capsulotomy. Femtosecond laser cataract surgery offers a way to simplify and standardize the creation of the capsulotomy. Now new technologies may offer the same benefit at a lower cost.

    Wednesday 20, September 2017
  • Phaco Dynamics – Richard Packard

    In the new age of phacoemulsification there have been significant advances in the technology including everything from pump and power to phaco tips. This has led to overall improvements in cataract surgery particularly in difficult cases. Richard Packard discusses this topic with Dr Boris Malyugin.

    Friday 29, September 2017
  • Long-term complications of refractive surgery – Paul Rosen, Oliver Findl and José Güell

    Paul Rosen interviews Oliver Findl and José Güell about complications following refractive surgery.

    Friday 15, September 2017
  • Macular holes – Alistair Laidlaw

    Sean Henahan interviews Alistair Laidlaw about current treatments for macular holes and new interventions

    Friday 25, August 2017
  • ESCRS FLACS – Mats Lundström

    Many surgeons have taken a leap of faith in converting to femtosecond laser assisted cataract surgery, based on an expectation that it is safer and more effective, with many possible advantages over conventional cataract surgery.Richard Packard talks to Mats Lundström  about the ESCRS FLACS study.

    Tuesday 8, August 2017