August 15, 2004


27th Annual Technology Report

Adaptive Optics Makes Waves in Eye Care

Potential clinical applications of wavefront technology go beyond LASIK.


Don't Fall Victim to Fall Allergies

Autumn allergies are often overlooked. By identifying their causes and symptoms, you can improve your patients’ quality of life.

Case Report

Recruit Dismissed After Drusen Are Discovered

Patients with optic nerve head drusen often present without complaint.

Contact Lenses

New Contact Lens Designs and Materials

A comprehensive list of new designs and materials constructed to fit your patients’ varying needs.

Six Steps To Becoming An Ortho-K Expert

There are many ways to bring this new modality into your office. Here, your colleagues give a step-by-step guide.

Practice Management

Starting Up Cold: It Can Be Done

But it takes planning and tolerance for debt.



The Doctor is Out to Lunch

This low-carb article goes best with a low-carb sandwich and a low-carb water.

Clinical Quandaries

Is Headache Really A Migraine?

Know what signs and symptoms indicate a more serious problem.

Cornea and Contact Lens Q & A

How Significant Is MRSA Resistance?

Are in-vitro results another interesting lab finding?

Diagnostic Quiz

Letters to the Editor

Meetings and Conferences

News Review


Technology Needs A Human Touch

The bells and whistles are worthless if they’re not coupled with the right message—and messenger.

Product Review

Retina Quiz

Blur, Flashes Occur at Once

Patient presents with ocular manifestations of systemic disease.

Retina Quiz Answer, August 2004

Blur, Flashes Occur At Once

Therapeutic Review

Ocular Herpes Treatment Plan

How you should treat the various forms of periocular infection.