Archive for July 2021

Aqueous Misdirection? What?

The aqueous fluid is the fluid in the front of the eyeball. There is another compartment of the eyeball, the back compartment, which contains the vitreous fluid. The aqueous fluid is constantly produced and drained, so there is a lot more turnover of aqueous than vitreous. These fluids determine the pressure in the eye, and…

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I believe that I’ve written about this before, but I just read some ophthalmology discussions that make me want to bring it out again. As eye surgeons, we are going to have surgical complications and errors some of the time. While some surgeons may be cynical, I believe that most patients are human just like…

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Lots of new lenses!

I have discussed this before, but it always bears repeating. In the last few years, the marketplace for post-cataract lens implants has really exploded. This is a great thing for patients, as there are a lot of new options. Of course, as ophthalmologists, we need pay close attention to the nuances and intricacies of these…

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