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Philippe Denis - Clinical Research of Ultrasound Ciliary Plasty and Implications for Clinical Practice
Prof. Philippe Denis introduces a recently published article in the European Ophthalmic Review (Clinical Research of Ultrasound Ciliary Plasty and Implications for Clinical Practice, Philippe Denis, European Ophthalmic Review 2016;10(2):). The article discusses Ultrasound ciliary plasty (UCP) as...
Robert D. Fechtner, MD gave the summation at the 5th Annual Glaucoma 360 New Horizons Forum in San Francisco on February 29, 2016. In this short interview conducted immediately following the meeting, Dr. Fechtner summarizes his summation. Used with permission from the Glaucoma Research Foundation...
Glaucoma 360 New Horizons Forum Keynote Lecture by Richard A. Lewis, MD -- The Drs. Henry and Frederick Sutro Memorial Lecture, the keynote talk at New Horizons, features key opinion leaders and innovators in the field of glaucoma. Used with permission from the Glaucoma Research Foundation. View...
Video interview with Glaucoma 360 Co-Chairs: Adrienne Graves, PhD and Andrew Iwach, MD, at the 5th Annual Glaucoma 360 meeting presented by Glaucoma Research Foundation. Used with permission from the Glaucoma Research Foundation. View other videos from the Glaucoma Research Foundation at...
Bertram Meyer explains how the Capless SMILE technique differs from other procedures, discusses the limitations of ReLEx® SMILE and the clinical outcomes to date.
Chameen Samarawickrama outlines which patients traditionally benefit the most from Boston keratoprosthesis surgery and discusses the results of his recent study.
Kristof Vandekerckhove discusses the design and key findings of the recent prospective study on rotational stability of the Ankoris® and Finevision® toric IOLs.
Kristof Vandekerckhove talks about the Ankoris® and Finevision® toric intraocular lenses and which patients are likely to benefit the most from toric lenses.
George Beiko gives his opinions on the current treatment options for corneal astigmatism, the use of femtosecond lasers and the most significant advances in toric intraocular lens design.
Gerd Auffarth explains the importance of intraocular lens raw material, the potential harm caused by glistenings, and the recent progress that has been made in posterior capsule opacification inhibition.
Nino Hirnschall talks about the importance of accurate intraocular lens power calculation and reviews the best formulae and software to achieve it. He also discusses recent advances in improving intraocular lens power calculation.
Renato Ambrósio discusses the novel features of the new OCULUS Corvis® ST and the role of Corvis biomechanical metrics for ectasia detection.
Baruch Kuppermann discusses the limitations of anti-VEGF agents in the treatment of diabetic macular oedema and the role of inflammation in its pathogenesis. He also gives his views on how steroids can be incorporated into the treatment paradigm, which are supported by clinical evidence, and the...
Isabelle Riss gives an overview of the risks associated with implantation of glaucoma drainage devices and concomitant cataract surgery and discusses the recent efficacy and safety findings.
Isabelle Riss discusses the mechanism of action, advantages and limitations of the InnFocus MicroShunt®.