Future of ophthalmology and FLACS considerations lead recent Healio/OSN blog posts
The most-read recent Healio/OSN blogs include thoughts about technology in ophthalmology and the use of femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery after vitrectomy.
Read these and other popular blogs below.
BLOG: How will we practice in 10 years?
Those of us who have been in eye care for more than 10 years have seen our specialty become highly technology intensive. Read more.
BLOG: FLACS considerations in post-vitrectomy eyes
In any eye with a history of retinal surgery, it is important to obtain medical records to determine whether a gas bubble or silicone oil was placed during the vitrectomy because these can have different implications for cataract surgery. Read more.
BLOG: Tomorrow I will wear a bow tie
Tomorrow I will wear a bow tie to work for the first time in more than a year. Actually, it will be the first time I wear a bow tie outside of my house since mid-March 2020. Read more.
BLOG: I hope he forgets about keratoconus
An optometrist friend suspected keratoconus in her 13-year-old son, based on topography. She had initially become concerned when the boy’s right eye couldn’t be corrected to 20/20. Read more.
BLOG: IOL chromophores: What should we filter?
Among the many advancements in IOL platforms recently has been the introduction of selective wavelength filtering. Read more.