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    Top ophthalmic challenges in 2017

    Changing healthcare environment, medical/surgical options at forefront

    Editor’s Note: The views in this article are those of the respective European physicians expressing personal opinions of the results they have seen to date and do not represent the views of Ophthalmology Times, Ophthalmology Times Europe, or UBM Medica.

    As the year 2016 winds to a close, thoughts begin to turn to the next challenges for ophthalmology in the new year.

    Top of mind for many are concerns over the diagnosis and management of retinal disease, glaucoma, and cornea/anterior segment disease, along with a watchful eye on a new administration in the United States.

    Five members of the Ophthalmology Times Europe Editorial Advisory Board share their perspectives on the top challenges that ophthalmologists likely will face in 2017.

    Thoughts on retina


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