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Surgeons say using the technology you have can help yield more accurate pre-LASIK screening results.
One device allows patients to easily sample multifocal and monofocal options; another may slow the onset of presbyopia.
Surgeons are developing new formulas, calculators and mathematical algorithms to help you select the right lens.
This technology is now being used to quantify rhodopsin, visualize retinal microvasculature and examine lacrimal glands.
Portable, smartphone-based imaging solutions that allow the diagnostician to hit the road without breaking the bank.
New pupil-expansion devices and an irrigation solution additive promise to make some tough cases easier.
A revival of the Start menu on the desktop and enhanced security are some of the features of the new operating system.
Ionized gases are showing promise in medicine as a means of sterilizing tissue, incising tissue and potentially killling tumors.
Simulated reality is creating new possibilities for testing vision, capturing surgery and helping those with limited vision.
Here are the experts’ tips and techniques for implanting the recently approved Kamra inlay for presbyopia.
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