October 15, 2016


Essential Procedures

Zoom in on Gonioscopy

Studies show too few doctors perform this simple and valuable procedure.

Annual Glaucoma Report

Angle-closure Glaucoma: Are You Ready?

Diagnosing and managing these challenging cases is inevitable. Be prepared with these clinical pearls.

Managing the Post-op Glaucoma Patient

As minimally invasive surgeries and laser procedures become more commonplace, learn the basics to stay ahead of the comanagement curve.


Spotlight on Demodex: Eliminating the Mite-y Menace

The oft overlooked Demodex diagnosis is elemental to setting patients on the path to relief, if you know what to look for.



20 Tips to Think Through

My mind wanders when faced with a big decision. Here’s where it goes, and what it has learned.

Clinical Quandaries

When Your Patient’s Expecting

Pregnancy changes things—especially IOP. But when an expectant mom has glaucoma, how to do you proceed before and after baby?

Coding Connection

Feeling the Pressure

Understand the when and why of diagnostic testing in glaucoma.

Cornea and Contact Lens Q & A

Adenoviral Dominos

When doctor becomes patient, how do we mitigate infectious interactions?

Diagnostic Quiz

Vision Going Down the Drain

Dimmed vision in her left eye for a week, what's the diagnosis?

Focus on Refraction

Eye on the Ball

When an athlete presents with significant refractive error, how do we bring his vision up to par?

Glaucoma Grand Rounds

Rethinking the Ratio

Our reliance on cup-to-disc measurements may become a thing of the past once new imaging techniques come to market.

Letters to the Editor

Letters to the Editor

Readers react to our 125th anniversary issue and raise interesting points about ocular nutrition and dilated fundus exams.

News Review

News Review

Drug Delivery | Vision Expo | Astigmatism | Pediatric Eye Care


Technical Difficulties

High-tech diagnostic screening tools only help if you prioritize education and attentiveness.

Product Review

Product Review

OCTA | Slit Lamp Imaging | Confocal Scanner Autofluorescence

Retina Quiz

Out, Damned Spot

A young female patient noted missing vision. What do you make of her presentation and test results?

Surgical Minute

Say Goodbye to Readers

Your presbyopes looking for something better than monovision should consider the Kamra corneal inlay.

Therapeutic Review

Where’s the Culture?

Practical recommendations for managing keratitis.

Urgent Care

Preventing a Total Melt Down

Keratolysis is a significant complication that demands immediate attention. Here’s a primer on monitoring and treating it.