Contact lens sensor may solve IOP accuracy dilemmas
A contact lens sensor may aid in 24-hour IOP monitoring and help measure the true diurnal and nocturnal IOP.
Pre-surgery topographic abnormalities
Dr Trattler focuses on the incidence of topographic abnormalities in patients before surgery, emphasizing the importance of pre-op topography to better understand the patient's corneal shape and enable better prediction of post-op outcomes.
Endophthalmitis after anti-VEGF injections
Looking into post-injection endophthalmitus, which has become one of the most frequent causes of endophthalmitus.