Today’s choices in glaucoma surgery pit traditional approaches against newer minimally invasive ones, but conventional care remains the gold standard procedure.
As optical coherence tomography quickly evolves to more specific modalities with higher resolution and enhanced depth, its importance in clinical practice will grow, particularly with more portable units.
An 85-year-old woman presents with chronic corneal edema and presumed partial limbal cell deficiency with superficial and deep stromal neovascularization and opacity. How would you treat her?
When old vision correction technology meets the latest in refractive surgery, challenges ensue. Achieving patient and surgical goals requires an innovative approach.
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When a 40-year-old woman with a prior episode of herpes simplex keratitis wanted vision correction, the Visian Implantable Collamer Lens offered a safe option.
MEG exploits weak magnetic fields in the brain to enable exquisite study of changes is brain connectivity. Its applications are expanding beyond epilepsy to depression, schizophrenia, autism and more.
MIGS for treating glaucoma is designed for combined use with cataract surgery. A breakthrough product, the iStent has set a new standard in eye care.
Once the exclusive domain of glaucoma surgeons, angle-closure glaucoma can now be treated with cataract surgery. Find out how it worked in two specific cases.
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Unless caught early, infective endocarditis calls for surgical treatment. Effective management is an art combining deft diagnosis with the knowledge of when to intervene with complex, delicate procedures.