December 15, 2004



Make Your Specialty Your Success

Learn from the marketing techniques your colleagues have used in their contact lens, children’s vision and low vision practices.

Ocular Drug Preview: Spotlight on Emerging Pharmaceuticals

New drugs are on the way. Here's a preview of some therapies that may soon be in the limelight.

Put Office Interruptions On Hold

Make your practice efficient by streamlining communication and workflow.

Fifth Annual Presbyopia Report: Your Role in Fall Prevention

Falls among older patients are a serious public health problem. Can improved vision decrease the risk?

Comanagement Guide to Phakic IOLs

With the recent FDA approval of the Verisyse phakic IOL, you can offer refractive procedures to your high myopes. Here's what you'll need to know before you get started.



Clinical Quandaries

You Can Follow Benign Nevi

As long as you take regular fundus photographs and watch for changes.

Cornea and Contact Lens Q & A

Managing Post-Herpetic Neuralgia

Treatment of post-herpetic neuralgia may depend on two or more factors.

Diagnostic Quiz

Meetings and Conferences

News Review


It's Not All About The Baby Boomers

Looking Forward, looking back---but overlooking the here and now.

Product Review

Retina Quiz

Did Prior Lesion Cause Vision Loss?

And, what are the suspicious findings seen in the dilated exam of the right eye? By MARK T. DUNBAR, O.D.

‘Your Eye Looks Funny, Karate Kid’

Is pediatric patient’s eye turn the first sign of an inherited retinal disease?

Therapeutic Review

When Steroids Don’t Always Work

Not all red eye presentations respond to corticosteroids.