When performing cataract surgery capsulorhexis should be continuous, curvilinear and it should overlap the optic 360 degrees,
The importance of performing a thorough preoperative examination followed by rapid and targeted intervention in ocular surface disease (OSD) were highlighted in a special ESCRS/EuCornea Education Forum held during the 38th Congress of the ESCRS.
The features and performance of currently available presbyopia and toric intraocular lens (IOL) technologies were reviewed by leading cataract surgeons .
The winner of this year’s John Henahan Prize is Dr Jennifer Kim, a Specialist Registrar at the Manchester Royal Eye Hospital, UK.
The future of artificial intelligence looks exciting to assist but not replace ophthalmologists
Joint ESCRS/EURETINA Symposium discusses treatment choices and complications
“Expect the unexpected” should be the guiding mantra of every cataract surgeon
A video giving an overview of the potential of hydrogen to revolutionise treatment of a range of ocular diseases was the r the overall winner in the 2020 ESCRS video competition.
As the curtain came down on the 38th Congress of the ESCRS, the society’s President Rudy MMA Nuijts paid tribute to all the participants that had made the virtual event such a resounding success.
A library of symposia, interviews, video discussions, supplements, articles and presentations
Toric IOLs and Presbyopia
Ocular Surface Disease
Richard Packard talks to Boris Malyugin about how to reduce stress during cataract surgery.
Nic Reus talks to Thomas Kohnen about misaligned toric IOLs, and what the threshold is for postoperative rotation or explantation.
Francesco Carones talks to Béatrice Cochener-Lamard about how surgeons can improve outcomes with ocular surface disease treatment strategies and how they can improve patients’ quality of life with these strategies.
Rudy Nuijts talks to Marc Labetoulle about the prevention of herpes virus recurrence in corneal surgery patients and the importance of patient education.
Sean Henahan talks to Keith Barton about subconjunctival devices for glaucoma and their efficacy in day-to-day practice.
Paul Rosen talks to Mohammed Belmekki about the clinical and intraoperative applications of OCT in corneal imaging.
The 2017 ESCRS Clinical Trends Survey was performed at the XXXV Congress of the ESCRS in Lisbon, Portugal. Sean Henahan discusses the results of the survey with José Güell.
Oliver Findl talks to Nino Hirnschall about what young ophthalmologists need to know about ocular biometry.
Dan Epstein talks to Beatrice Früh about the diagnosis and management of infectious or non-infectious keratitis.
Clare Quigley talks to Josephine Behaegel, winner of the 2018 John Henahan Prize, about the importance of evidence-based medicine and research in ophthalmology and its role in optimising decision making.
Aidan Hanratty talks to Paul Rosen about the ESCRS Practice Management And Development Programme.
Paul Rosen talks to John Marshall about femtosecond use in refractive surgery and the challenges that lie ahead for ophthalmologists.