Thanks to those attending Refractive Surgery Subspecialty Day in New Orleans at AAO 2017 and making it a huge success.
The authors concluded that manual compensation may be a safe, feasible, and effective approach to refine the results of astigmatism with SMILE, especially in higher degrees of cylinders.
This patient had blunt trauma to the right eye resulting in a dislocated crystalline lens. A pars plana vitrectomy was performed 2 months prior and the eye left aphakic.
The Journal of Refractive Surgery maintained its standing as the highest-ranked journal by impact factor in its subspecialty, including refractive surgery, cataract surgery, IOL and anterior segment, as its 2016 impact factor rose to 3.709. Congratulations to all the authors and editors, including Editor-In-Chief Dr. J. Bradley Randleman.
New advances in surface ablation are making the procedure less painful for patients and leading to faster visual rehabilitation. (ISRS members)
The IOL Scaffold Technique, Live Surgery of SMILE, White Ring Sign for SMILE
Ciliary Muscle Electrostimulation to Restore Accommodation, Predicting Refractive Surgery Outcome, Implantable Collamer Lens in Management of Pseudophakic Ametropia
Presbyopia Eye Drop Targets Miosis and Accommodation, Femtosecond Laser Lens Softening for Presbyopia Correction
International Society of Refractive Surgery (ISRS)
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