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April 2017—Will the latest trends and innovations in retina have a place in future practice?

The 27-Gauge Revolution

Michael A. Klufas, MD, and Jason Hsu, MD

January/February 2017—The trend toward smaller surgical instruments has led most recently to the creation of 27-gauge surgery. But is it the be-all and end-all?

Looking Forward and Looking Backward

Sundeep K. Kasi, MD

January/February 2017—Presenters at the Wills Retina Update asked retina doctors to look to the past to treat some patients while also exploring how future innovations could change the field’s dynamics.

Recapping the Past 12 Months

the staff of Retina Today

November/December 2016—We are at the tail end of another successful year for the retina world. It is pretty amazing that one area of the eye care industry can continue to grow and expand as much as …

Restoring Visual Function With a Bionic Retinal Implant: Mission Impossible?

Mahi Muqit, PhD, FRCOphth

October 2016—Artificial bionic vision technology offers promising results, but postimplantation re-education and training are needed to provide more meaningful visual perception.

Gene Therapy in a Drop

Kuan Jiang and Gang Wei, PhD, with editorial commentary from Szilárd Kiss, MD

October 2016—The lowdown on an investigational, noninvasive gene delivery system for the treatment of retinal disease.

Three Concepts to Buzz About

Summaries from Richard Watson, MD, and Karen Roman, Editor-in-Chief

October 2016—A summary of selected presentations on innovative products and procedures shared during this year’s meetings.

The Future of Retina: Emerging Technologies and Unmet Needs

M. Ali Khan, MD

April 2016—Meant to be a forum for new ideas and surgical innovations, the 2016 Vail Vitrectomy meeting did not disappoint. Experts from around the globe shared their expertise and, more so, their thoughts on the future of retina and where it still needs to improve.

 

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About Retina Today

Retina Today is a publication that delivers the latest research and clinical developments from areas such as medical retina, retinal surgery, vitreous, diabetes, retinal imaging, posterior segment oncology and ocular trauma. Each issue provides insight from well-respected specialists on cutting-edge therapies and surgical techniques that are currently in use and on the horizon.