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Small aperture IOLs will be helpful in patients with significant corneal higher-order aberrations

Small aperture IOLs will be helpful in patients with significant corneal higher-order aberrations
Ocular Surgery News U.S. Edition, January 25, 2018
Jack T. Holladay, MD, MSEE, FACS
In the Journals

Researchers predict greater need for low vision services

November 2, 2017
The exponential growth in the prevalence of low vision with age reflects the increased risk of vision loss as a result of age-related eye disease each year, according to…

Macula, optic nerve defects common in congenital Zika syndrome

October 25, 2017
All infants with suspected congenital Zika syndrome have been found to have vision impairment, S. Grace Prakalapakorn, MD, PhD, assistant professor of ophthalmology and…
Clinical Optics 101

Should I choose distance vision in both eyes, monovision, EDOFs or multifocals?

Ocular Surgery News U.S. Edition, August 10, 2017
Jack T. Holladay, MD, MSEE, FACS
Deciding the refractive target and IOL for cataract surgery is a daunting task for both the surgeon and patient. The first two questions that must be answered are: Do…
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Wound Healing, Inflammation, and Corneal Ultrastructure After SMILE and Femtosecond Laser–Assisted LASIK: A Human Ex Vivo Study

Journal of Refractive Surgery, June 2018, Volume 34 Issue 6
To assess the wound healing, inflammation, and tissue ultrastructure in the human corneal stroma after small incision…
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Assessing and Treating Diabetic Retinopathy Amid New Recommendations and Evidence

This activity is supported by an educational grant from Genentech, Inc.

Although rapid advances have been made in the treatment of diabetic macular edema (DME), particularly with the use of…
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