Ocular Surgery News U.S. Edition


The following articles appeared in the print edition of OCULAR SURGERY NEWS U.S. EDITION.

Table of Contents

Akorn files 28 ophthalmic ANDAs in 2016

Shire reports quick uptick in Xiidra prescriptions

NICUs slow to embrace telemedicine for ROP screening

Former Phillies prospect thanks surgeon after life-altering eye injury

AMO acquisition puts focus on the patient, J&J chairman says

Worse visual outcomes correspond to higher rate of refractive growth in aphakic children

Strategies for enhancing outcomes in cataract surgery for glaucoma

VIDEO: V-slice allows phacoemulsification of a soft lens

Youths with diabetes at higher risk for retinopathy

Back to Basics

Improving efficiency in the operating room

Uday Devgan, MD


Ophthalmology-based treatments may have effect on seasonal affective disorder

Melissa Toyos, MD, FACS

Cover Story

DRCR.net makes impact on diabetic retinopathy treatment

Grand Rounds at the New England Eye Center

Woman presents with cloudy declining vision and flashes

Melina I. Morkin, MD; Lana M. Rifkin, MD; Chirag P. Shah, MD, MPH

In the Journals

Older patients less responsive to macular hole surgery

EMRs inconsistent with patient-reported eye symptoms

Lindstrom's Perspective

ASCRS Research Council aims to mirror success of DRCR.net

Richard L. Lindstrom, MD

Meeting News

Patients with certain genetic variants are at greater risk for AMD progression

Smartphones can improve ocular health screening, clinical research

OCT angiography may be used to identify biomarkers of neovascular activity

Brolucizumab shows noninferiority to aflibercept for treatment of AMD

Diet plays important role in risk of developing AMD

Anti-VEGF therapy may not have impact on cataract surgery outcomes in DME patients

Novel protein targets tissue factor involvement in neovascular AMD


Which DRCR.net protocol has had the biggest impact on your practice?

The Dry Eye

Dry eye disease in the surgical patient

Darrell E. White, MD