Myopic LASIK or SMILE?Friday, January 19, 2018
Comparative study explores patient-reported differences
Tiny hero against the evil axis – Video Of The MonthFriday, January 12, 2018
Cornea irregular astigmatism management is a real nightmare. This video suggests a new approach to tackle the problem.
Best free papers at ESCRS 2017Tuesday, December 12, 2017
A group of experts discussed the free paper highlights at the XXXV Congress of the ESCRS in Lisbon, Portugal.
Reviewing the best of the best at ESCRS 2017Tuesday, December 12, 2017
Experts discuss the best sessions at the XXXV Congress of the ESCRS in Lisbon, Portugal.
ESCRS clinical survey 2016Wednesday, December 6, 2017
More than 1,879 delegates responded to this survey, which included 202 questions. Survey questions were developed and reviewed with the ESCRS leadership team
JCRS HighlightsFriday, December 1, 2017
Long-term adverse effects with phakic IOL An ongoing concern with phakic IOLs involves long-term effects on endothelial cell loss. An international group of researchers assessed adverse device effects and annualised endothelial cell loss rate for up to 10 years after implantation of the Acrysof L-series Cachet phakic intraocular lens. The non-randomised study evaluated 638 patients […]
December/January Editorial from Oliver Findl- Quality in researchFriday, December 1, 2017
The ESCRS PREvention of Macular EDema after cataract surgery (PREMED) study is the first international, multi-centre, randomised, controlled clinical trial specifically designed to answer questions relating to the prevention of CME after cataract surgery in diabetic and non-diabetic patients. The study outcomes pave the way for the first evidence-based clinical guidelines to prevent CME after […]
High-risk eyesFriday, December 1, 2017
Performing cataract surgery on an eye with a small pupil remains technically challenging
IOL power calculationFriday, December 1, 2017
Ray tracing approach for IOL power calculation offers several important potential advantages over conventional approaches
Nucleus management for MSICSFriday, December 1, 2017
A: A long straight tunnel can leak and may require sutures. B: A good internal corneal valve allows cortex aspiration without iris prolapse. C: A poorly constructed internal corneal valve leaks and allows iris to prolapse out. D: A leaking tunnel should be sutured and cortex aspiration done through a separate paracentesis in a formed […]