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Researchers are developing new instruments that can ablate the ciliary body or increase outflow through the TM.
This long-awaited procedure may be able to do more than just treat keratoconus and ectasia.
By linking diagnostic instruments with surgical ones, companies hope to improve surgical safety and efficacy.
New approaches appear to have the potential to simplify patient participation in the delivery of ocular medications.
How a surgeon overcame the challenge of a lack of connectivity between his devices and his medical records system.
A new approach to detection appears to be just as effective as traditional methods, but easier to use—even by non-medical staff.
A computer with an Internet connection can give you access to powerful tools for learning more about your results.
Advances in technology are allowing the visualization of ever-greater detail—with potentially important clinical consequences.
Tips and techniques for working with the first toric presbyopic intraocular lens approved in the United States.
New options are making it easy to visualize the condition of a patient’s meibomian glands, with no patient discomfort.
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