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The most common eye cancer in children


Miguel Materin, MD, Director of Ocular Oncology Section, Yale Eye Center, discusses retinoblastoma and the importance of germline vs somatic mutations in predicting prognosis. Summary: Retinoblastoma can be classified into 2 types of mutations:...

Multifocal lenses in cataract surgery

Presbyopia correcting artificial lenses

Hylton Mayer, MD, Assistant Clinical Professor, Yale University Department of Ophthalmology, discusses presbyopia correcting artificial lenses which, when used at the time of cataract surgery, help a patient have normal vision at a distance, as well as up...

Turning down oxygen levels to encourage retinal growth

Reversing ROP

Jonathan Sears, MD, Associate Professor of Ophthalmology, Cole Eye Institute, Cleveland Clinic, discusses reversing phase 1 and 2 of ROP by turning down oxygen levels to encourage retinal growth. Summary: Recent data and clinical trials have...