New slow-release drugs targeting a range of retinal diseases are currently finding their way into clinical practice and could herald a major change in the way patients are managed
Initial results of a new small-aperture IOL show that the lens offers high levels of safety and efficacy when implanted binocularly in cataract patients
Progress is being made on several fronts to advance understanding of the complex pathogenesis of keratoconus, including identification of a novel biomarker that may prove useful as a supplemental diagnostic test for the disease,
Pavel Stodulka MD, PhD, Czech Republic, explains how he and his clinic assembled a hand-made UV air steriliser to sterilise the air in the waiting area. In a second video, he shows two upgrades to improve the efficiency of the device, which can be put together in two hours.
Sidath E Liyanage and Kieren Darcy of Bristol Eye Hospital assess visible aerosol generation during vitrectomy in the era of COVID-19.
Cataract surgery produces no aerosolisation and is therefore unlikely to spread COVID-19, making it safe to perform with reasonable precautions, according to studies by Professor Rohit Shetty MD, PhD, FRCS, and colleagues from Narayana Nethralaya Eye Hospital, Bangalore, India.
Professor Cheng-Hock Toh, Professor of Haematology, University of Liverpool and Academic Vice President, Royal College of Physicians discusses blood pattern changes in COVID-19 patients, signifying which changes are relevant to prognosis and how care can be improved through research.
The ESCRS COVID-19 survey on the practice patterns of ophthalmologists conducted from April 5 to April 24, 2020 offers some valuable insights into the issues that have been addressed by ophthalmologists since the outbreak of the pandemic.
Software updates have significantly improved the quality of OCT-angiography (OCT-A) imaging systems since they were first developed,
A library of symposia, interviews, video discussions, supplements, articles and presentations
Toric IOLs and Presbyopia
Ocular Surface Disease
Nic Reus talks to Rudy Nuijts about the latest research on phakic IOLs and the need for further data in assessing their efficacy.
Sathish Srinivasan talks to Filomena Ribeiro about achieving optimal cataract refractive outcomes with presbyopia and toric lens technologies.
In a new series, Sean Henahan speaks to José Güell about his life in ophthalmoloogy.
Nino Hirnschall talks to Graham Barrett about the challenges facing ophthalmologists using IOL power correction after refractive eye surgery.
Sean Henahan talks to Nino Hirnschall about how biometry can optimise outcomes for cataract surgery patients.
Nino Hirnschall talks to Gerd Auffarth about quantifying halos and how the latest generation of multifocal lenses such as trifocals and EDOF lenses have reportedly reduced the incidence of glare and halos associated with earlier multifocal IOLs.
Paul Rosen talks to Richard Packard about basic surgical phacoemulsification techniques for trainee ophthalmologists.
Richard Packard talks to Zoltan Nagy about the evolution and continuing development of femtosecond laser and cataract surgery technology.
Cédric Schweitzer talks to Anat Loewenstein and Dimitri Azar about how artificial intelligence is changing ophthalmology.
Aidan Hanratty talks to Basak Bostanci Ceran about cataract surgery in trauma patients and the importance of carrying out specific assessments of these patients before surgery.
George Kymionis talks to Roberto Bellucci about current approaches to the problem of post-Lasik ectasia.
Sean Henahan talks to Milind Pande about choosing the appropriate lens for the presbyopic patient.