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EUROPEAN OPHTHALMIC REVIEW – VOLUME 6 ISSUE 3 – AUTUMN 2012

Welcome to the autumn edition of European Ophthalmic Review. This edition features a special focus on the anterior segment featuring articles reviewing biomarkers in dry eye disease, pathogenesis of pseudophakic cystoid macular oedema, toric intraocular lens implants for astigmatism and other discussions of ocular inflammatory related to cataract surgery. If the anterior segment is not your area of expertise, the journal also features some excellent articles reviewing recent revelations in important areas of ophthalmology including glaucoma pharmacogenetics, treatment of post-operative endophthalmitis, ocular neovascular disorders and the posterior segment. This is merely a snapshot of articles, please click on the eBook to peruse and enjoy the other excellent articles featured in this edition. We have no doubt that it will be of great benefit to our readers.

Editorial – European Ophthalmic Review, 2012;6(3):144-5

Editorial – European Ophthalmic Review, 2012;6(3):144-5

Glaucoma

Glaucoma Pharmacogenetics

Glaucoma Pharmacogenetics

Surgery

Treatment of Post-operative Endophthalmitis

Treatment of Post-operative Endophthalmitis

Posterior Segment

The Evolution of Retinal Laser Technology and Retinal Photocoagulation as Therapeutic Modality

The Evolution of Retinal Laser Technology and Retinal Photocoagulation as Therapeutic Modality

Ocular Neovascular Disorders

Beyond Anti-VEGFs – Anti-Insulin Receptor Substrate-1 Oligonucleotides as a Novel Approach to Ocular Neovascular Disorders

Beyond Anti-VEGFs – Anti-Insulin Receptor Substrate-1 Oligonucleotides as a Novel Approach to Ocular Neovascular Disorders

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