April 2018

Features

Are You Investment-Ready? A PE Checklist

If you want to test the PE waters, make sure your practice is shipshape.

Angle-Closure: PIs vs. Cataract Surgery

Surgeons discuss the advantages and disadvantages of the two approaches.

Vitreous Floaters: What Can Be Done?

There aren’t a lot of options for minor types of floaters, but the YAG laser shows promise.

Is a Private Equity Deal Right for You?

Surgeons and business experts answer ophthalmologists’ main questions. (Part one of two.)

Departments

Refractive/Cataract Rundown

Two for One: Bilateral Cataract Surgery

Some say immediate sequential bilateral cataract surgery is as safe as staggered procedures.

Review News

Editor's Page

Technology Update

3-D Printing Technology In Ophthalmology

This process makes it possible to create instrument prototypes and custom implants at a reasonable price.

Medicare Q & A

Quality Payment Program: Year Two Medicare Update?

With the second year of QPP underway, it’s important for practitioners to be aware of what’s changed.

Retinal Insider

How to Manage Intraocular Lymphoma

What to look for diagnostically, and which therapies to pursue, when you’re faced with this potentially aggressive malignancy.

Plastic Pointers

Managing Dacryoceles And Dacryocystitis

Exploring the origin of these troublesome cysts, as well as strategies for diagnosis and treatment.

Glaucoma Management

Pediatric Patient

How to Manage Pediatric Optic Neuritis

Though optic neuritis more commonly occurs in adult patients, it pays to be prepared for it in pediatric patients, as well.

Product News

Research Review

Wills Eye Resident Case Series

April 2018 Wills Eye Resident Case Series

Eye pain and decreased vision bring a middle-aged woman in to Wills Eye Hospital’s ER.