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Open Outlook: Clinical Ophthalmology is a series of concise video-based perspectives from international key opinion leaders that looks at the "Current and Future Treatments of Ocular Diseases".

The Sustained-Release Medications for Glaucoma and their uses in the Future?

In this video, Dr Shamira Perera (Singapore National Eye Centre) discusses the approaches and progress made by several novel delivery systems to treat glaucoma. The current mainstay of glaucoma treatment is judicious self-administration of ocular hypotensive eye drops. However, poor compliance to therapy is associated with progressive visual field loss. Sustained release ocular drug delivery systems aim to simplify conventional treatment regimes in order to improve patients’ disease outcomes.

Femtosecond Cataract Surgery in the Treatment of Difficult Ocular Diseases

Dr Timothy V. Roberts (University of Sydney) explores in this video the potential advantages of laser-assisted cataract surgery in difficult cases through the use of actual case studies.

Congenital Nasolacrimal Duct Obstruction- How to Manage?

Dr Nandini Bothra, Dr Mohammad Javed Ali, and Dr Milind N Naik from the LV Prasad Eye Institute in India give a brief description of the clinical presentation and various management strategies of congenital nasolacrimal duct obstructions.