Surgical Techniques & Tools
Retropupillary implantation of the iris-claw IOL is one tool in the cataract surgeon’s kit.
This peeling approach during vitrectomy for rhegmatogenous retinal detachment can prevent post-surgical epiretinal membrane growth.
How the MacTel Project with multimodal imaging is expanding our knowledge of macular telangiectasia type 2.
An update on the state of the rapidly advancing field of minimally invasive glaucoma surgery.
A close look at two approaches to make it work for you.
Temporal side down: because face-down positioning isn’t foolproof or fold-proof.
EVA has raised the bar on cut rate and vacuum and flow vitrectomy modes, but others have made upgrades, too.
Recent advances in localized therapies provide options to traditional systemic immunosuppression.
Giving us clarity on the use of PRP and anti-VEGF in high-risk PDR.
Small-gauge instruments may make this procedure more feasible for vitreoretinal surgeons.
An alternative approach can leave retinotomies unlasered in most routine cases.
This in-office procedure is a less-costly alternative and is well-suited to repair small superior retinal breaks.
Using recent ‘guidelines’ and best practices to optimize outcomes.