Ocular Surgery News U.S. Edition


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

Table of Contents

Q&A: My Home in Sight empowers people living with wet AMD

When neuroadaptation fails, do not give up multifocality but implant a different lens

Setting expectations for near vision with EDOF lenses

D. Rex Hamilton, MD

Euretina allocates funds to research management of submacular hemorrhage in wet AMD

Reviving the lost art of manual Intacs implantation

Katelyn Joubert, BS; Philip Dockery, MPH; Jack S. Parker, MD, PhD

Ocular Surgery News boosts, relaunches Healio/OSN Editorial Board Section

Reduced IOP maintained with two iStents at 5 years

By the Numbers

The Goldilocks problem: Too much, too little or just enough practice business data?

John B. Pinto

Complications Consult

Chord mu: a new reference marker and its clinical relevance

Priya Narang, MS; Amar Agarwal, MS, FRCS, FRCOphth

Cover Story

Scleral approaches to presbyopia moving from niche to mainstream

Grand Rounds at the New England Eye Center

Elderly woman presents with bilateral symblephara

Malgorzata Dymerska, MD; Michael B. Raizman, MD; Nora M.V. Laver, MD

In the Journals

Once-daily netarsudil noninferior to twice-daily timolol in phase 3 study

Study: Diabetic retinopathy online information lacks accuracy

Increasing medication burden challenges older patients with bacterial keratitis

Vehicle pollution may increase AMD risk

Women in ophthalmic research see career inequalities

Sutureless dacryocystorhinostomy closure scars less than subcuticular technique

Wet AMD gene therapy well tolerated through 3 years

Early syphilis, HIV infection associated with ocular syphilis

Letters to the Editor

To the Editor

Lindstrom's Perspective

Potential presbyopia treatments exciting, but regulatory and adoption barriers may be an issue

Richard L. Lindstrom, MD

Meeting News

Surgeon experience yields good result implanting iStent inject before cataract surgery

Tomographic findings of subclinical edema help predict Fuchs’ progression

Study investigates common features of keratoconus in Down syndrome

VIDEO: Keratoconus observed as multiple entities

VIDEO: Expert speaks on how to prevent photic phenomena after LASIK

VIDEO: New drug for dry eye shows promise in preliminary study

VIDEO: Oxygen-enhanced epi-on procedures have expanded indications of CXL

VIDEO: Selling consultations on Amazon

VIDEO: Study investigates method to enhance predictability of effective lens position

VIDEO: Supplementary IOL shows promising outcomes

VIDEO: Synergy IOL provides wide, continuous range of vision

VIDEO: Treating dry eye preoperatively significantly improves accuracy of cataract surgery

VIDEO: Corneal endothelial cell injection therapy continues to develop

Study clarifies genetic basis of rare form of corneal dystrophy

SMILE Xtra yields stable outcomes in suboptimal cases

Stress, burnout widespread and underacknowledged among surgeons

Clinical outcomes good in pediatric series of corneal ulcers

Creativity and innovation require thinking outside the box

Descemet’s stripping only shows promise in some Fuchs’ patients

No anti-VEGF rescue injections needed in OPTIC phase 1 trial of ADVM-022

Nomogram M addresses epi-off cross-linking of thin corneas

Stromal expansion enables standard epi-off CXL in thin corneas

Positive effects of Hydrus plus phaco persist

Ab interno trabeculotomy adds benefit in reducing IOP

Selective laser device yields precise capsulotomies

Specular microscopy, Scheimpflug imaging may help identify potential graft rejection


Of the upcoming new approaches, what do you expect to be the best for the treatment of early presbyopia?

Surgical Maneuvers

Pinhole pupilloplasty enhances visual acuity and image quality

Priya Narang, MS; Amar Agarwal, MS, FRCS, FRCOphth

The Premium Channel

Diamonds are forever: Perioperative options optimize cataract surgery

Mitchell A. Jackson, MD