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May 2013 Articles
What's on the horizon for MIGS?
Glaucoma surgery practice patterns changing
AqueSys glaucoma implant offers new way to bypass outflow obstructions and lower pressure
Secrets of success to beginning with the iStent
Tips from an old hand
Prostaglandin enters preservative-free zone
Monthly Pulse Keeping a Pulse on Ophthalmology Poll size: 190
The debate around immediate sequential bilateral cataract surgery
Addressing the most common cause of patient dissatisfaction
Contact lens trials in (potential) premium IOL patients
Gender preferences with multifocal IOLs
HZO vaccine-recurrence link?
Statins: A possible weapon in the fight against ocular inflammatory disease?
Studies indicate that outdoor time could minimize nearsightedness in children
Surgical options for pterygium evaluated
IN OTHER NEWS
Book shares adventures in mission work
Battle-scarred nation East Timor now battles eye disease
ISBCS: The elephant in the (U.S. cataract) room
NEWS & OPINION
Final session of ASCRS meeting addresses best papers
Is glaucoma becoming a surgical disease?
In The Journal Of Cataract & Refractive Surgery May 2013
Outgoing president highlights new ASCRS educational initiatives
Bungee cord blowout of the capsular bag
A clear and present danger to your practice
Inserting the Malyugin Ring
Managing cataract surgery in post-LASIK cases
Handling a hemorrhage
Review of "Comparisons of posterior capsular opacification and glistenings with 2 hydrophobic intraocular lenses: Five- to seven-year follow-up"
Comparison of posterior capsule opacification and glistenings with 2 hydrophobic acrylic intraocular lenses: Five- to seven-year follow-up
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