Building a bridgeMonday, April 6, 2020
The 24th ESCRS Winter Meeting attracted more than 1,970 delegates from 78 different countries, including more than 700 delegates from the host country Morocco.
Ophthalmologists among most at risk specialtiesFriday, April 3, 2020
José L. Güell MD, PhD Spain is now in the middle of a severe coronavirus outbreak. The virus can be found in all regions of the country, particularly in Madrid and Barcelona. One-fifth of the 50 million population is over the age of 65 and thus at increased risk of COVID-19. José L. Güell MD, […]
Calm heads and professional solidarity vitalFriday, April 3, 2020
Austrian ophthalmologists get organised to tackle COVID-19 crisis
JCRS Highlights from Professor Thomas Kohnen, European Editor, JCRSFriday, April 3, 2020
February 2020 – Volume 46 – Issue 2
Relaxing the surgeonThursday, April 2, 2020
Conscious breath control can prevent panic and help ensure a successful outcome
Phacoemulsification in vitrectomised eyesThursday, April 2, 2020
Advances in safety and efficacy have increased the number of vitrectomies being performed. Consequently, associated complications have also increased, one being cataract formation.
Robotic surgery getting closerThursday, April 2, 2020
A fully automated robotic cataract surgery platform that extracts the nucleus and cortical materials has been successfully tested in pig eyes and could enter human trials in three-to-four years
Learning from disasterThursday, April 2, 2020
Complications such as capsulorhexis tears can be often be avoided by calm but prompt action when the surgery first begins to go awry.
Disturbing optical phenomenaThursday, April 2, 2020
Dysphotopsias may be the most significant issue that negatively affects patient satisfaction after uncomplicated cataract surgery,
Managing your practiceThursday, April 2, 2020
Establishing a practice requires a ‘wow’ factor across the board