June 2018 issue

Space closing: May 21, 2018
Materials due: May 28, 2018
Bonus distribution: 31st APACRS Chiang Mai
COVER FEATURE: Present and future IOLs - Enlightenment
Current state of IOLs
Since their inception, IOLs have undergone many advances, yet there is still room for improvement
Getting the most out of available accommodating options
Possibilities and limitations of accommodating lens technology in the U.S.
Finding a niche for extended depth of focus IOLs
Considering visual needs, patient expectations
Where we stand with MFIOLs
The latest models of MFIOL bring patients closer to a full range of vision with fewer photic phenomena
A range of futuristic IOLs coming down the pipeline
Next generation IOLs seek to provide accommodation, adjustability, and more
Using toric IOLs to correct astigmatism
Toric IOLs available in the U.S. and specifics for implanting them
SECONDARY FEATURE: Intersection of refractive surgery and MIGS
Considering premium IOLs for glaucoma patients
Glaucoma doesn't necessarily exclude patients from presbyopia-correcting or toric IOLs
Adopting MIGS into practice
The MIGS learning curve, barriers to adoption, and how comprehensive and refractive surgeons can use MIGS
Making MIGS choices
Matching glaucoma patients with MIGS treatment options
What's coming in refractive surgery and MIGS?
What the future holds for refractive surgery and MIGS
Managing eyes with long axial lengths
Challenges of cataract surgery in long eyes
Light Adjustable Lens implant technology
A newly approved lens that can be adjusted postoperatively
Managing late in-the-bag IOL dislocation
Choosing between IOL repositioning and replacement in the management of late IOL dislocation
Presbyopia preference pre-cataract
Monovision LASIK versus presbyopia-correcting IOL
When SMILE gets complicated
Exploring how commonly ectasia has occurred with SMILE
Replacing PMMA with porcine intracorneal ring segments
A novel ex vivo technique makes an interesting case for porcine implants
Ray tracing
The battle continues between optical and statistical IOL power calculation formulas
Proceeding with caution when diabetes patients want LASIK
Refractive surgery is possible, but diabetes must be well controlled
Transscleral SLT
Specialists are intrigued by the simplicity of the procedure and the evidence backing it, but want more data
Technologies that improve refractive surgery
What has helped surgeons improve refractive outcomes
Eyes on the perioperative drug delivery prize
What platforms cataract practitioners are using
Zeroing in on Xiidra
What to know about this dry eye agent

PLUS: Meeting highlights of the 31st APACRS Annual Meeting in Chiang Mai, Thailand, and reports from the 2018 ASCRS/ASOA Annual Meeting

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