Steinert on Ophthalmology

 
 
  • Preview: What Not to Miss at ASCRS 2014   From Senator Rand Paul to the House of Blues, this year's American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery (ASCRS) meeting in Boston offers a fun and educational experience.
  • Advances in Presbyopia Correction   Dr. Roger Steinert reports on the latest data on intracorneal inlays for the treatment of presbyopia.
  • Intracorneal Inlays for Presbyopia   A hydrogel inlay is liked by patients and their corneas for the correction of presbyopia.
  • Better Solutions for Astigmatism   Dr. Roger Steinert reports how astigmatism correction during cataract surgery is improving, a fraction of a diopter at a time.
  • My Handy Toric IOL Trick   Dr. Roger Steinert shares a very neat trick for getting toric IOLs placed precisely where you want them.
  • How ACOs Will Affect Ophthalmologists   Although ophthalmologists don't have to join an ACO, new referral patterns could have a marked effect on them.
  • Out With the Old, in With the New: The Best of AAO 2013 A panel of experts presents the highlights of this year's American Academy of Ophthalmology meeting, including new ways of managing old problems.
  • Exploring and Exploiting Lasers in Ophthalmology   Dr. Roger Steinert and Dr. Mark Blumenkranz talk about how lasers have changed -- and are changing -- ophthalmology.
  • Understanding What the ACA Means for Ophthalmology Dr. Roger Steinert queries ASCRS government relations representatives about the healthcare changes taking place, and how they will affect the practice of ophthalmology.
  • Femtosecond Laser: Why We Need It for Cataract Surgery   With much experience using femto for cataract surgery, Dr. Burkhard Dick explains why femto is the way to go.
  • AAO 2013: Big Topics in the Big Easy   There's something for everyone at this year's American Academy of Ophthalmology meeting in New Orleans. Dr. Roger Steinert previews the extensive content available at the Subspecialty Day sessions.
  • The Expanding Role of Corneal Cross-linking   Cross-linking isn't just for corneal specialists. Dr. Roger Steinert comments on how this technology could be used in managing ocular infections, which would be game changing for all ophthalmologists.
  • Advances in Anterior Segment OCT   Dr. Roger Steinert explores some of the latest advancements in anterior segment optical coherence tomography (OCT) and their potential beneficial impact on clinical practice.
  • Presbyopia Correction: LASIK vs Inlays   Which provides a better opportunity to surgically correct presbyopia: LASIK or corneal inlays? Dr. Roger Steinert explores both options in this discussion.
  • A Controversy in Cornea   Dr. Roger Steinert explores the debate surrounding the newly identified Dua layer in the cornea and what it may mean in managing your corneal patients.
  • Angling for Dry Eye Therapy?   Dr. Roger Steinert fishes out the latest evidence on the role of omega-3 fatty acids for dry eye, including recommendations regarding the preferred formulations.
  • ARVO 2013 Wrap-up: Noteworthy Retinal News   This year's meeting provided a wealth of new data and promising therapies for retinal specialists.
  • ASCRS 2013 Wrap-up: Shaping the Future of Ophthalmology   Drs. Steinert and Chang explore the most debated and discussed topics at this year's meeting.
  • Rapid-Fire Advances in Cataract and Refractive Surgery   At X-rounds, speakers have only 3 minutes to present their ideas on how to improve cataract and refractive surgery, before the buzzer sounds.
  • Innovations and Innovators in Ophthalmology   Dr. Roger Steinert highlights some of the latest innovations in the field, as presented during ASCRS.