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This thematic issue entitled Cataract Surgery Update is guest edited by Prof. Abdullah Alfawaz, Prof. Ali Al-Rajhi, Dr. Elias Jarade, Prof. Jorge Alio and Prof. Samuel Masket

Current Issue

April-June 2022| Vol 36| Issue 2

Editorial

Cataract surgery update

It is encouraging to note that despite the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, our colleagues continue to move the art and science of cataract surgery forward through clinical research, compiling data, and d...


Cataract Surgery Update

Immediately sequential bilateral cataract surgery importance during the COVID-19 pandemic

Cataract surgery is one of the most frequently performed types of surgery in the world. Most patients suffer from bilateral cataract and while cataract surgery of only one eye is effective in restor...


Cataract Surgery Update

Bilensectomy: An updated review

Phakic intraocular lenses (pIOLs) have been widely implanted and are a great option for the correction of high refractive errors. There are three types of pIOLs: angle-supported, iris-fixated, and p...


Cataract Surgery Update

New insights into cataract surgery in patients with uveitis: A detailed review of the current literature

Cataract is a common cause of visual impairment in uveitic eyes. The management of cataract in patients with uveitis is often challenging due to pre-existing ocular comorbidities that may limit the ...


Cataract Surgery Update

Ocular surface optimization before cataract surgery

The evolution of refractive cataract surgery has increased patient expectations for visual outcomes following cataract surgery. Precise biometry and keratometry are critical for accurate intraocular...


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ISSN - Print: 1319-4534, Online: 2542-6680

Saudi Journal of Ophthalmology, a publication of Saudi Ophthalmological Society, is a peer-reviewed print + online Quarterly journal.

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