March 2018


Surgeons Slow To Embrace New Tech

Most surgeons use traditional techniques, though femto surgeons say they’re using the laser more often.

Making the Most of Today’s Biometry Tech

Today’s advanced technology improves outcomes, but caution and training still pay off.

Whither Monofocal Toric IOLs?

Where do monofocal toric lenses fit into an increasingly multifocal-centric market?

After Surgery: Shots, Drops Or Both?

Surgeons share their insights on preventing endophthalmitis and CME.


Review News

Technology Update

An Early-2018 IRIS Registry Update

With the seemingly exponential growth of the IRIS Registry, it’s a good time to check its progress.

Retinal Insider

Addressing the Anti-VEGF Treatment Burden

There are solutions in the research pipeline—both drugs and delivery systems—that might help ease the task of treatment.

Glaucoma Management

Treating Uveitic Glaucoma: What Works?

Because these patients have two conditions, treatment can be a challenge. However, today’s options are improving the prognosis.

Refractive Surgery

Stop the Sneeze to Fight the Haze

The “Pittsburgh Protocol” calms local allergy symptoms for better cataract and refractive outcomes.

Product News

Research Review

Wills Eye Resident Case Series

March 2018 Wills Eye Resident Case Series

A woman with unilateral floaters after a colonoscopy is evaluated at Wills Eye Hospital.