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    VESA prediction tool could help guide presbyopia treatment

    NEW ORLEANS — In this Healio Video Perspective from the ARVO meeting, AnnMarie Hipsley, DPT, PhD, founder and CEO of Ace Vision Group, speaks about the Virtual Eye Simulation Analyzer, a device with predictive diagnostic capabilities. VESA uses ray tracing technology to analyze lens changes and biomechanics related to accommodation and disaccommodation, visualizing them in virtual reality and predicting …

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    Laser scleral microporation has high satisfaction in emmetropic presbyopes

    SAN DIEGO — In this Healio Video Perspective from the ASCRS meeting, Robert Ang, MD, discusses 18-month study outcomes of laser scleral microporation in emmetropic presbyopes. “Our studies show that the patients have high patient satisfaction with laser scleral microporation treatment,” he said. “It is safe and effective, and it has great potential for this segment of …

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    ASCRS 2023: Laser scleral microporation from Ace Vision Group

    Mitchell Jackson, MD, discussed laser scleral microporation from Ace Vision Group at the 2023 ASCRS annual meeting in San Diego.

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    ARVO LIVE: AI revolution in ophthalmology

    Ophthalmology Times® talked with AnnMarie Hipsley, DPT, PhD, about 3D finite element model used to understand more about the biomechanics of accommodation and dis-accommodation as it relates to functions for visual function as well as aqueous hydrodynamics at this year’s ARVO meeting.

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    Dynamic Range of Focus of the Eye: Understanding Biomechanics and Kinematics: Part 1

    A PRIMARY FOCUS IN OPHthalmic health care has been on providing solutions to help our patients “see” more clearly and curtail the effects of uncurable age-related eye diseases, such as presbyopia, cataracts, glau-coma, and age-related macular degeneration (AMD). The eye contains more than 2 million working parts and is considered the second most complex organ …

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    Improvement in Accommodation and Dynamic Range of Focus After Laser Scleral Microporation: A Potential Treatment for Presbyopia

    Purpose: To examine the ocular changes in accommodation, wavefront aberrations, and dynamic range of focus (DROF) after laser scleral microporation (LSM) for treating presbyopia.

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