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Opportunities and challenges in the world of ophthalmology in 2018As another year comes to an end, five members of Ophthalmology Times Europe’s Editorial Advisory Board reflect and share their perspectives on the exciting opportunities that lie ahead for ophthalmologists in 2018, whilst also considering the potential challenges.
How to establish value in the minds of contact lens wearersDifferentiate yourself in this era of heightened competition
Clinical implications of corneal cross-linkingNow that we have CXL , it is imperative for clinicians to incorporate new technologies that can help us achieve disease detection at the earliest clinical stage prior to onset of visual symptoms.
Enhanced technology measures both anterior eye segment, axial lengthBy adding optical biometry to the anterior segment tomography features of the Pentacam HR, a new unit has the capabilities of two devices in one.
Study identifies parameters that help diagnose ectatic diseaseTopometric and tomographic parameters helped researchers detect keratoconus in a study, but the integration of curvature and 3D analysis is needed to identify milder forms of ectatic corneal disease.
Refractive surgery screening devices valuable but not necessarily equalRefractive surgery screening devices do not provide results that are interchangeable.
Oculus launches single-use wide angle viewing systemOculus launches the first single-use wide angle viewing system, the Biom ready, which combines the balances between flexibility and high optical quality.
Oculus launches new Web siteNew digital presence offers visitors better access to news, events, and product information, including a distributor locator.
A new look at corneal biomechanicsHighest concavity time may be another important parameter in describing corneal biomechanics as well as a potential risk factor for glaucoma.