Dr. Masket's White Papers

Another present subject of interest for the Foundation is the problem of Negative Dysphotopsia, an annoying side effect of routine cataract surgery. Dr. Masket has invented a new intra-ocular lens to prevent the problem and the Foundation is supporting research on the device in Europe at this time.

 

Solving the problem of negative dysphotopsia

Samuel Masket, MD
Cataract & Refractive Surgery Today, May 2014


Preventing Negative Dyshotopsia

ESCRS 2015, October 2015


FS-Cataract Lenses

Howard Larkin
Eurotimes, November 2014 


IOL Predictions for the coming year

Oliver Findl, MD, MBA, FEBO; Samuel Masket, MD; Richard Packard, MD, DO, FRCS, FRCOphth; and Liliana Werner, MD, PhD
Cararact & Refractive Surgery Today Europe, November/December 2014


Psedophakic negative dysphotopsia: Surgical management and new theory of etiology

Samuel Masket, MD and Nicole R. Fram, MD
J Cataract Refract Surgery, July 2011


RAY-tracing optical modeling of negative dysphotospia

Xin Hong, PhD; Yueai Liu, PhD; Mutlu Karakelle, PhD; Samuel Masket, MD; and Nicole R. Fram, MD
Journal of Biomedical Optics, December 2011


Etiology of negative dysphotopsia

Samuel Masket, MD
J Cataract Refract Surgery, March 2013