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US OPHTHALMIC REVIEW – VOLUME 11 – ISSUE 1 – SPRING 2018

Welcome to the Spring edition of US Ophthalmic Review, full of topical and practical content for busy ophthalmologists.

This edition opens with a selection of expert interviews covering topical issues raised at the recent AAO meeting on the topics of ocular surface disease and refractive surgery, and the latest technological advances in cataract surgery.

Cataract surgery is also the topic of our two practice pearls, and Marjan Farid and Bryan Lee share their top tricks and tips for managing difficult cases. We’re excited to share more practice pearls in our Fall edition later this year.

We cover a range of areas in our review and research sections. Our fantastic Editor-in-Chief Elizabeth Yeu explores the role of active fluidics and torsional phaco power in cataract surgery and Sumit Garg shares his clinical experience with the implantable miniature telescope for end-stage age-related macular degeneration.

We hope you enjoy this edition, which will be distributed at the upcoming ASCRS meetings – don’t forget to pick up a free copy from the AAO booth.

We are now accepting submission to our Fall edition, and welcome you to submit you manuscript here.

Enjoy!

Foreword

Foreword – US Ophthalmic Review. 2018;11(1):11

Foreword – US Ophthalmic Review. 2018;11(1):11

Expert interview

Leadership in Ophthalmology

Leadership in Ophthalmology

Updates and Challenges in Refractive Lens Exchange

Updates and Challenges in Refractive Lens Exchange

Recent Updates in Inflammatory Ocular Diseases

Recent Updates in Inflammatory Ocular Diseases

Editorial

An Eye on Opioids

An Eye on Opioids

Practice Pearl

Conquering the White Cataract

Conquering the White Cataract

Pearls for Floppy Iris Syndrome

Pearls for Floppy Iris Syndrome

Case Report

Keratoconus in a 4-year-old Girl with a Strong Family History of Keratoconus

Keratoconus in a 4-year-old Girl with a Strong Family History of Keratoconus

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