Seeking consensus on disease progression in keratoconus. Dermot McGrath reports from the 39th Congress of the ESCRS in Amsterdam.
ESCRS Heritage Lecture surveys 200 years of refractive surgery. Dermot McGrath reports from the 39th Congress of the ESCRS in Amsterdam.
Rapid techniques can improve refractive surgery outcomes. Howard Larkin reports from ASCRS in Las Vegas, USA.
Advances in cataract surgery, keratoconus treatment, and preoperative assessment for advanced IOLs highlighted at final session of ESCRS Congress. Roibeárd O’hÉineacháin reports from the 39th Congress of the ESCRS in Amsterdam.
UN adds eye care to development goals; remote training helps meet need. Howard Larkin reports.
Multiple issues factor into the decision to add a trabecular bypass MIGS procedure to phacoemulsification. Cheryl Guttman Krader reports the 39th Congress of the ESCRS in Amsterdam.
“Are you going to the ESCRS Congress? I can’t be bothered…” This sentiment echoed in many conversations around ophthalmic departments in the UK when the invitation to attend the first in-person European clinical conference for nearly two years arrived.
Treatments targeting specific causes with new delivery mechanisms on the horizon. Howard Larkin reports from ARVO 2021 in Las Vegas, USA.
Leigh Spielberg MD reports from EURETINA 2021 Virtual Congress.
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Toric IOLs and Presbyopia
Ocular Surface Disease
Sean Henahan talks to Jose Benitez-del Castillo about expanding the understanding of ocular surface disease with new diagnostic tools.
José Güell talks to Boris Malyugin about the challenges presented when carrying out surgery in the short eye.
Sean Henahan talks to Soosan Jacob about how young ophthalmologists should prepare for their first cataract surgery and the importance of working closely with their mentors. Read more here.
Miguel Teus talks to Vasilios Diakonis and Brian Little about the development of 3D in cataract surgery and its benefits for ophthalmologists.
Dan Epstein talks to Cynthia Roberts about the exciting evolution of corneal biomechanics and what lies ahead in terms of future research.
Sean Henahan talks to Soosan Jacob about the challenges of dealing with soft cataracts.
Sean Henahan talks to Christophe Baudouin about optimising combination therapies and modern MIGS for early to advanced glaucoma.
Aidan Hanratty talks to Sorcha Ní Dhubhghaill about what trainees should look for in a mentor and what mentors can offer in that role.
Paul Rosen talks to Dimitrios Mikropoulos and Pandelis Papadopoulos about the strengths and weaknesses of conventional phacoemulsification compared to Femtosecond Laser Assisted Cataract Surgery (FLACS), which was discussed at the 23rd ESCRS Winter Meeting in Athens, Greece.
Sorcha Ní Dhubhghaill talks to Luke Sansom and Joséphine Behaegel about the challenges facing ophthalmologyists who are looking for a work-life balance. This was the topic for the 2019 John Henahan Prize for young ophthalmologists which was awarded to Dr Sansom for his prize winning essay.
JCRS Associate European Editor Sathish Srinivasan talks to JCRS European Editor Thomas Kohnen about why peer review is important for ophthalmologists and how to peer review.
Paul Rosen talks to David Spalton about Extended Depth Of Focus (EDOF) IOLs and their suitability for individual patients.