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OSN introduces new section editors

OSN introduces new section editors
Ocular Surgery News U.S. Edition, April 25, 2017

It is my pleasure to announce exciting changes to our editorial board. In an effort to continually evolve in covering ophthalmology, I met recently with the editorial team of OSN to make some significant changes to the board.

I’m proud to announce the following appointments: Elizabeth Yeu, MD, Section Editor, Cornea/External Disease; Andrew G. Lee, MD, Section Editor, Neurosciences; John P. Berdahl, MD, Section Editor, Refractive Surgery; Wendy W. Lee, MD, Section Editor, Oculoplastics and Reconstructive Surgery; and, Allison Weber Shuren, MS, JD, Section Editor, Regulatory/Legislative.

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OSN introduces new section editors

Ocular Surgery News U.S. Edition, April 25, 2017
It is my pleasure to announce exciting changes to our editorial board. In an effort to continually evolve in covering ophthalmology, I met recently…

Meeting News

Speaker: Use skin grafts from flaps in complicated eyelid reconstruction

March 10, 2017
PHILADELPHIA – Reconstructive surgeons can use a skin graft of excess tissue during flap construction in complicated eyelid surgeries…

Former Phillies prospect thanks surgeon after life-altering eye injury

February 20, 2017
In June 2016, Philadelphia Phillies pitching prospect Matt Imhof was completing a typical postgame stretching routine and workout, using a tension…

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VIDEO: Outer brow can be cause of upper eyelid drooping

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KOLOA, Hawaii ― At Hawaiian Eye 2017, Andrew R. Harrison, MD, relates tips for evaluating patients before performing a small incision brow pexy. One…

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