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Imaging Evolves

Advances in ultra-wide angle FA, SD-OCT and fundus autofluorescence are benefiting glaucoma, retina and even anterior segment surgeons. (more)

Ophthalmic Pearls

How to Perform Manual Small-Incision Cataract Surgery

In the video above, experts from the Aravind Eye Hospital demonstrate how to use manual small-incision cataract surgery in three situations: nuclear sclerotic cataract, white cataract (intumescent) and hard brown cataract.

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June 2010 Mystery Image

Mystery Image

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Clinical Update

Glaucoma in the African-American and Latino Communities

Two large studies in the African- and Hispanic-American communities are providing interim data, and here is what they say: the prevalence of open-angle glaucoma is far higher in these populations than that observed in Caucasian Americans. (more)

Morning Rounds

The Hairstylist With Hyperglobus and Hypoesthesia

Lately, the 51-year-old hairstylist had been experiencing right, upper lid discomfort, as well as diplopia when glancing down at his scissors. What's your diagnosis? (more)


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