Continuing refinements of technique and technology are bringing trans-epithelial PRK back to the surface
Divers come to manta ray’s aid as ophthalmology goes underwater
An effective social media strategy is a “must have” for practice growth
It’s not about winning or losing but about getting the best deal for both sides
The City of Lights is a city of sights. Congress delegates should keep their camera ready
A new surgeon-controlled robot can nearly eliminate hand tremor in retinal surgery
Researchers are employing deep learning to tackle the challenges of glaucoma diagnosis
Joséphine Behaegel has some useful advice for young ophthalmologists who are doing research
Sorcha Ní Dhubhghaill MD shares some tips on how young ophthalmologists can make the most out of their fellowship experience
A library of symposia, interviews, video discussions, supplements, articles and presentations
Toric IOLs and Presbyopia
Ocular Surface Disease
Paul Rosen talks to Boris Malyugin about developments in the management of astigmatism, how to measure the cornea and which patients are candidates for toric IOLs.
Sean Henahan talks to Filomena Ribeiro about lens-based presbyopia correction options.
Oliver Findl talks to Laura Wielders about the findings from the landmark ESCRS PREvention of Macular EDema after cataract surgery (PREMED) study and the follow-up research that is now being carried out.
Roberto Bellucci talks to Simonetta Morselli about the diagnosis and treatment of glaucoma cataract patients and the latest therapies available. For more information, see this supplement on Optimising Combination Therapies and Modern MIGS for Early-to-Advanced Glaucoma.
Aidan Hanratty talks to former ESCRS President Roberto Bellucci about his life in ophthalmology.
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.