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

Patients with obstructive sleep apnea at higher risk for diabetic retinopathy

Back to Basics

Plano may not be best refractive outcome for every patient

Uday Devgan, MD

CEDARS/ASPENS Debates

What is needed for practices to run efficiently?

Cynthia A. Matossian, MD, FACS; Denise M. Visco, MD

Cover Story

Transition from optical to digital opens opportunities in the operating room

Grand Rounds at the New England Eye Center

Middle-age man experiences unilateral, episodic, blurred vision

Huan Meng Mills, MD; Chandru Krishnan, MD

In the Journals

Uveal melanoma prognoses vary depending on genomic subset

Cataract surgery may decrease mortality risk in women

Combined and sequential procedures with phaco, vitrectomy yield similar results

Genotyping lacks support for guiding antioxidant treatment of AMD

Lindstrom's Perspective

For surgery, transition to digital imaging is imminent

Richard L. Lindstrom, MD

Meeting News

SMILE a competitive option for refractive correction

VIDEO: How to nail biometry measurements in irregularly sized eyes

VIDEO: Surgeon should make IOL recommendation to patients

VIDEO: How to optimize the hydrogel corneal inlay

VIDEO: Pearls for detecting, treating dry eye to optimize cataract surgery outcomes

Refractive surgery should be avoided in patients who have high risk for ectasia

Johnson & Johnson Vision focused on lifetime of eye care

miLOOP technology can optimize nucleus disassembly in cataract surgery

Hydrogel inlays can help optimize outcomes for presbyopic patients

Intraoperative aberrometry provides more data for better IOL outcomes

Precision pulse capsulotomy device provides strong, round capsulotomy

Femtosecond incisions can be more precise, better centered than manual

Point/Counter

Do digital platforms for 3-D surgery offer advantages for the anterior segment surgeon?

The Dry Eye

So you wanna be a KOL: Careful what you wish for

Darrell E. White, MD

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