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An Inside Look at Innovations in Ophthalmology

Innovation Journal Club explores recently published and presented data around innovations in eye care with a focus on how they might shape real-world practice.

In the Innovation Journal Club (IJC) series on Eyetube.net, host I. Paul Singh, MD, of The Eye Centers of Racine & Kenosha in Wisconsin, interviews leading experts from across eye care subspecialties about emerging innovations and technologies that may prove influential to the real-world practice of ophthalmology. The series is editorially independent (supported by advertising from multiple companies), which allows the discussions to be broad in scope and candid in presentation.

The following is a summary of three episodes in which Dr. Singh examined the relevance of real-world data on minimally invasive glaucoma surgery (MIGS) and minimally invasive bleb surgery (MIBS) with Joseph F. Panarelli, MD; spoke with retina specialist David Eichenbaum, MD, about gene therapy for the retina; and discussed laser scleral microporation with Mitchell A. Jackson, MD.

I. Paul Singh, MD