Prof Boris Malyugin, Professor of Ophthalmology, Deputy Director General (R&D, Edu), The S. Fyodorov Eye Microsurgery State Institution, Moscow, Russia, discusses the recent developments in cataract diagnostic tools, including optical biometry, devices for measuring corneal curvature, and intraoperative diagnostic tools. He also talks about recent developments in cataract surgery, covering phaco systems and femtosecond laser. Finally, we learn which topics have interested Prof Malyugin most at this year’s WOC meeting.
1. What have been the recent major advances in diagnostic tools for improved cataract surgery? (0:20)
2. What have been the major developments in cataract surgery devices in recent years? (1:29)
3. Are there any unmet needs or challenges when treating patients with cataracts? (4:24)
4. What have you found most interesting at this year’s WOC meetings? (6:17)
Filmed at the 2018 World Ophthalmology Congress (WOC) of the International Council of Ophthalmology (ICOPH), June 2018, Barcelona, Spain.
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