17 Jul 2014
Subluxated cataracts and IOLs are managed effectively by many of the current devices/techniques available.
17 Jul 2014
Prof Gunther Grabner has 40 years of experience in the field of cataract surgery and shows little sign of letting up
17 Jul 2014
Rod Solar of LiveseySolar Practice Builders gives some tips on how to turn more phone calls into consultations
10 Jun 2014
High IOP, advanced age, disc haemorrhage, and a history of disease progression, are the main factors predictive of progression in patients with, glaucoma. However, many factors that figure strongly in glaucoma onset appear to have no influence on disease progression, said Anders Heijl MD, Skåne University Hospital Malmö, Malmö, Sweden.
09 Jun 2014
Among the many factors to keep in mind when assessing how to treat a patient who presents with glaucoma is the patient’s own view of whether the risks of treatment outweigh the risk of non-treatment, said Norbert Pfeiffer MD, University of Mainz, Mainz, Germany.
16 May 2014
A record-breaking 453 candidates from 28 European countries came to Paris this year to take part in the 2014 European Board of Ophthalmology Diploma (EBOD) examinations.
14 May 2014
Combining cross-linking within a LASIK procedure using Lasik Xtra (Avedro) seems to provide a simple, fast and effective means of improving the biomechanical safety of the cornea for patients with moderate to high ametropias, according to a French researcher.
13 May 2014
Rigorous patient selection holds the key to obtaining the best possible outcomes for patients implanted with a multifocal intraocular lens, according to Laurence Lesueur MD, who presented her study at the French Implant and Refractive Surgery Association (SAFIR) annual meeting.
Last October an OCT examination with a difference took place – approximately 370km above the earth.
Prof Andrzej Grzybowski discusses the life and work of English ophthalmologist
The Scientific Programme is now available for the ESASO Retina Academy 2014. The ESASO Retina Academy is a CME-accredited advanced educational meeting focused on diseases of the retina and will be held in Istanbul, Turkey, from 14-15 November 2014.
A record-breaking 453 candidates from 28 European countries came to Paris this year to take part in the 2014 European Board of Ophthalmology Diploma (EBOD) examinations.

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