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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.
Two recently approved wide-field devices offer new features that may add to a clinician’s diagnostic ability.
Imaging often reserved for laser refractive surgery patients can help evaluate premium intraocular lens candidates, as well.
New tests are expanding the usefulness of genetic analysis and promising to simplify the diagnostic process.
New applications for documentation, organization and easy access to data let you raise your smartphone’s IQ.
New ab interno devices in the pipeline offer novel advantages while addressing some of the limitations of earlier approaches.
Surgeons say these new incisions can help if toric lenses aren’t an option or don’t treat all of a patient’s astigmatism.
Devices that help smartphones take high-quality pictures of the eye are getting more portable, less expensive and easier to use.
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