SMILE versus custom LASIKFriday, November 27, 2020
Can SMILE® compete with topography-guided custom LASIK for most refractive surgery patients?
Engaging conversationsTuesday, November 10, 2020
Social media is becoming increasingly important for surgeons who need to reach out to their patients in the new era of social distancing and restricted movement.
3D ophthalmic surgeryMonday, November 2, 2020
Using a 3D-capable digital ophthalmic microscope (Artevo 800, Carl Zeiss Meditec) offers a number of advantages for ocular surgery including improved visualization, flexibility, comfort and workflow benefits
Candidate pool for refractive surgeryMonday, November 2, 2020
Small-Incision Lenticule Extraction with accelerated corneal cross-linking (SMILE® Xtra) is a viable option for refractive correction in eyes at moderate risk for ectasia after corneal refractive surgery
IC-8 study in post-LASIK casesMonday, November 2, 2020
Unilateral implantation of the IC-8 (Acufocus) small-aperture IOL seems to be a safe and effective option for providing spectacle independence in cataract patients who have undergone previous laser vision correction
Lively ESCRS ProgrammeMonday, November 2, 2020
The first ESCRS Virtual Congress, the 38th Congress of the ESCRS, was broadcast from Friday 2 October to Sunday 4 October 2020.
Virtual Congress is a huge successMonday, November 2, 2020
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.
Dealing with white cataractsMonday, November 2, 2020
When faced with white cataracts, some simple adjustments of technique at each step of their extraction can greatly enhance the safety of the procedure
JCRS HighlightsMonday, November 2, 2020
Highlights from the JCRS selected by European Editor, Thomas Kohnen
Complementary trifocals?Saturday, October 31, 2020
A paired multifocal intraocular lens combination, with one lens favouring near vision and the other intermediate, intended to binocularly complement each other across a wide range of focal distances while achieving the intended goal of continuous vision, demonstrated little difference between the lenses at intermediate vision,