EuroTimes articles by Soosan Jacob
Please Sterilise And Avoid Contact!Tuesday, March 17, 2020
In the middle of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Indian ophthalmologists face a unique challenge, says Dr Soosan Jacob.
CATARACT SURGERY IN EYES WITH DISEASED CORNEASWednesday, February 26, 2020
The cornea is the window to the world. It’s a beautiful structure that is also the cataract surgeon’s window to the patient’s eye. It gives a crystal clear, unimpeded, magnified view of the internal structures while acting as the roof to a stable chamber, allowing uneventful surgery.
Next-generation IOLsSaturday, February 1, 2020
With more than six million IOLs implanted yearly, there is tremendous research directed at improving visual quality and at decreasing complications
Cataract and MIGSTuesday, December 24, 2019
Part three in our series on everything you ever wanted to know about management of co-existing cataract and glaucoma
Research and reconstructionsThursday, December 5, 2019
In an interview with Dr Soosan Jacob, Prof Madeleine Zetterberg describes the Swedish Opthalmological Society’s annual meeting.
Paediatric cataract surgeryFriday, November 1, 2019
Why should we invest time and effort to know paediatric ophthalmology better and what should we know?
Swedish Society MeetingWednesday, October 23, 2019
In an interview with Dr Soosan Jacob, Prof. Madeleine Zetterberg, Scientific Secretary, Swedish Ophthalmologic Society describes key contents of the society’s 2019 meeting.
Imaging in cataract & refractive surgeryTuesday, October 1, 2019
Ophthalmologists are blessed in having a transparent cornea that allows direct visualisation of pathology preoperatively and the actual surgical field postoperatively.
An intensive educational bonanzaMonday, September 16, 2019
You never know when you will discover something new at the ESCRS Congress
Combined management of cataract & glaucomaSunday, September 1, 2019
Everything you ever wanted to know about the management of co-existing cataract and glaucoma (part 2)