This exceptional video was the Grand Prize Winner at the ESCRS 2017 Video Competition. The video describes a new phaco tip, which even though has a straight profile, works well with torsional phacoemulsification, which normally requires a curved tip to work efficiently. In this new tip, a bar is placed across the mouth of the […]
Nic Reus talks to Thomas Kohnen about misaligned toric IOLs, and what the threshold is for postoperative rotation or explantation.
George Kymionis talks to Roberto Bellucci about current approaches to the problem of post-Lasik ectasia.
An exploration into the debate between LASIK and SMILE
Postoperative power adjustment of IOLs is a new indication for the femtosecond laser. It is important to be aware of the specifics of the system used, as well as the basic principles of this technology.
Overcoming PCO remains a huge challenge. The author in this video believes the solution lies in improving surface modification of the IOL.
Although the great majority of ophthalmologists systematically use a slitlamp for the clinical diagnosis of ocular diseases, they neglect this instrument as soon as they enter the operating room. However, a surgical slitlamp that can be attached to the operating microscope and positioned at 5 degrees from the axis is also available. Take a look […]
Anterior Capsulorhexis Contraction (ACC) is an unavoidable complication of cataract surgery. ACC impairs visual function on proportion to the degree of severity. The authors of this video have found that one type of IOL causes much less ACC than others.
Does Trypan Blue reduce CCC tear resistance? The authors attempt to find out
Persistent Hyperplastic Primary Vitreous (PHPV) is a congenital anomaly in which the hyaloid vasculature persists beyond fetal life.
Paul Rosen talks to Boris Malyugin about developments in the management of astigmatism, how to measure the cornea and which patients are candidates for toric IOLs.
Bruce Allan talks to Dr José Güell about the best timing for DMEK in the treatment of Fuchs’ dystrophy.