Boris Malyugin is professor of ophthalmology, Cataract and Implant Surgery Department, and chief, S.Fyodorov Microsurgery Complex, Moscow, Russia. He delivered the Binkhorst Medal Lecture at the XXXV Congress of the ESCRS in Lisbon, Portugal. He is a member of the EuroTimes International Editorial Board and the Editor of the Russian language website eurotimesrussia.org.Watch videos Read Boris Malyugin Articles
Boris Malyugin interviews Oliver Findl about current trends in the treatment of presbyopic patients
Boris Malyugin talks to Gábor Scharioth about points to consider when choosing which IOL to use in traumatic cataract cases.
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.
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.
Is femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery (FLACS) a fad or is it here to stay? Is there any evidence from larger studies to support any particular advantages for FLACS over conventional surgery? Sean Henahan interviews Boris Malyugin
Boris Malyugin talks to Vladimir Pfeifer.