February 15, 2016


Essential Procedures

Learn to Burp Corneal Wounds Without a Hiccup

Lower IOP for postoperative cataract patients with this elegant technique.

Case Report

Eyeing a Dx of IOIS: Presentation, Diagnosis and Treatment

When a patient presents with eyelid edema, proptosis and even diplopia, it’s time to exclude, exclude, exclude—leading you to a diagnosis of orbital pseudotumor.

Innovations in Eye Care

A Closer Look at Presbyopia Correction

Better corrective lenses and a multitude of surgical approaches give your presbyopic patients more options than ever before.

All Eyes on Neurodegenerative Disease

The eye can harbor potential early biomarkers for Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease, and knowing what to look for can aid in early detection and management.

Dealing with Dry Eye: In the Present and in the Offing

Review the state of the art and glimpse advances expected in the near future.

ROCKin’ a New Treatment Option

Rho-kinase inhibition may soon help glaucoma and some cornea patients. Here’s what it does.

Optometric Study Center

Antibiotics: Wonder Drugs For Treating Anterior Segment Infections

Selecting the appropriate medication is essential for optimal success when treating meibomian gland dysfunction, blepharitis and other anterior segment conditions.

SECO Preview

Tap Into the Big Picture at SECO 2016

This year’s congress has a lot to offer novice and experienced optometrists alike.



Words of Wisdom, Or Just Words

It’s always fun to revisit how you got where you are today. Unless you’re knee-deep in sewage and your wife is saying, “I told you so.”

Clinical Quandaries

Double Take

When a patient presents with a case of sudden-onset double vision, it’s time to think vascular.

Coding Connection

The Ins and Outs of OSD Coding

Keeping your dry eye records in order can provide huge revenue for your practice.

Cornea and Contact Lens Q & A

Dry Eye Debacle

A pediatric patient presented with a mysterious case of ocular surface disease. What is the reason?

Diagnostic Quiz

From Bad to Worse

A 66-year-old patient experiences vision loss in the right eye. What do you think his diagnostic data will reveal?

Focus on Refraction

Growing Pains

When measuring pediatric refractive error, subjective is out, objective is in. But when is the child ready to wear glasses?

Glaucoma Grand Rounds

Sorting Through Med Changes

Medication changes precipitated by insurers complicate the assessment of patients with glaucoma.

News Review

News Review

Keratoconus Risk Factors | Genetic Basis of POAG | Glaucoma and Yoga


Friends in Low Places

Help spread the word about low vision, a ‘niche’ that deserves to go mainstream.

Product Review

Product Review

A look at some of the latest product offerings in eye care.

Retina Quiz

He’s Got Some Nerve

Our patient’s moderate vision blur developed over several months.

Surgical Minute

Fantastic Voyage

3D visualization of live surgery immerses viewers in the retina during vitrectomies.

Therapeutic Review

IOP, Drusen and Occlusion

How do we handle these conundrums?

Urgent Care

Put a Lid on Preseptal Cellulitis

How to distinguish potentially life-threatening infections.