Our sense of vision enables us like no other to independently and freely do what we want. It is very difficult for most people to lose it: They must completely adjust themselves to learn how to compensate the loss through hearing, touching and auxiliary means. But today, we are already able to treat many diseases that threaten our vision. Research of how to treat other diseases is merely just beginning. Therefore, we take a look into today’s and tomorrow’s ophthalmology in our Topic of the Month.
Read in our Topic of the Month:
Ophthalmology today and tomorrow: surgery and more
Stents versus Eye Drops: a new approach to aid glaucoma patients
Gene therapy for the treatment of achromatopsia