Ocular Surgery News U.S. Edition

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

Table of Contents

Quarterly dosing may become reality for wet AMD

Cryopreserved amniotic membrane can treat compromised ocular surface

Alice T. Epitropoulos, MD

Game-changing technology, objective testing en route to revolutionizing dry eye management

ProQR Therapeutics sets goals for 2023

Artificial intelligence, machine learning making strides in ophthalmology

Roche to acquire Spark Therapeutics

Back to Basics

When IOL calculations give different results, which do you choose?

Uday Devgan, MD

CEDARS/ASPENS Debates

Monovision via LASIK or inlay: A presbyopia debate

Cover Story

Pending presbyopia treatments edge closer to disrupting the marketspace

Grand Rounds at the New England Eye Center

Boy presents with severe unilateral loss of vision over 3-month period

James Constans, MD; David Reese, MD

In the Journals

Medication use lower 2 years after combined iStent implantation, cataract surgery

Lindstrom's Perspective

More options coming for patients with presbyopia

Richard L. Lindstrom, MD

Meeting News

Non-technical skills help reduce surgical errors

VIDEO: Pearls for optimizing refractive enhancements

VIDEO: Eyenovia’s MicroStat shows positive phase 3 data

Lindstrom: Opportunity remains despite worrisome megatrends in health care

Negative dysphotopsia improves with occlusion of contralateral eye

NEI funding supports trial of virtual reality glaucoma detection device

VIDEO: Dropless formula useful for cataract surgery in mission setting

Point/Counter

Will a miotic agent or an agent that restores lens elasticity be more of an impactful pharmacologic therapy to treat presbyopia?

The Dry Eye

On the horizon and over the rainbow

Darrell E. White, MD