Kendall Donaldson (Bascom Palmer Eye Institute) discusses the current limitations and future landscape of cataract surgery at ESCRS 2019.
1. What are the limitations of cataract surgery? (0:04)
2. What is on the horizon for presbyopia correction in upcoming years? (0:41)
3. What is the most exciting change in intraocular lens (IOL) calculations and methods for post-operative adjustment? (1:34)
4. Where do you see cataract surgery 10 years from now? (2:34)
Support: No funding was received in the production of this video.
Disclosures: Kendall Donaldson discloses the following financial interests: Alcon, Johnson and Johnson, Allergan, Biotissue, Kala Pharmaceuticals, Eyevance, Omeros, SUN
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