Topography-guided and topography-integrated/wavefront-guided treatments can produce excellent results, if surgeons can balance the art and science of the technology.
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- Frequency of VF Testing of POAG Patients
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- Refractive Stability, Axial Elongation & Related Factors in a High Myopia Population After ICL Implantation
Learn the status of myopic progression and axial elongation after surgery.
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Discover whether choroidal impairment contributes to disease progression.
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Continuing Medical Education
Credit: Physicians: 1.00 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™
Global Perspectives on Steroids: Study Designs and Diabetic Macular Edema Management Around the World (Text-based)Earn free CME credits learning about the 1) Clinical Relevance of Protocol U 2) Real-life Experience with Dexamethasone Intravitreal Implants in Patients with DME 3) the Rationale for Early-Switch and First-Line Dexamethasone Implants for DME Management 4) Real World Use of Dexamethasone for DME and 5) the Fluocinolone Acetonide Intravitreal Implant for DMECredit: Physicians: 0.50 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™
Join clinical experts as they discuss a problem-based learning approach to enhance cognition of best practices for diagnosing and managing neurotrophic keratitis (NK).
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In this CME Monograph from MedEdicus, a panel of expert ophthalmologists will review the common causes of ptosis and traditional therapies for ptosis correction. The panel will also review the clinical data for oxymetazoline 0.1%, a new topical medical therapy approved for ptosis treatment. In addition, a series of cases will be discussed to demonstrate the systematic evaluation of patients with ptosis and the development of individualized treatment plans.
This monograph focuses on the clinical assessment of the eye zone, with an emphasis on adult ptosis. The images and tables provided present multiple complementary perspectives on periocular anatomy. Designed for efficient review, it is intended to serve as a valuable future reference.