May 2024


Treating Floaters: The Pros, Cons and Techniques

Some retinal surgeons are modifying their stance on treating floaters in certain symptomatic patients.

A Closer Look at Same-Day Surgery

Proponents say the approach can save patients, providers and the health-care system time and money.

Mastering New-Technology Lenses

Surgeons offer their top tips for working with the Apthera IOL and the EVO ICL.

What’s on the Horizon for Keratoconus

The number of keratoconus treatment options is growing, with new techniques and devices in development.

How Good Is Your Nomogram?

For improved outcomes, refractive surgeons should consider these key variables and how to incorporate shared data from others, surgeons say.


Review News

Editor's Page

Technology Update

Personalizing Practices with AI

You may be able to improve practice management with the latest AI and smart technology.

Retinal Insider

How to Manage Optic Pit Maculopathy

Tips for diagnosing and treating these rare anatomical anomalies before they can lead to complications.

Refractive/Cataract Rundown

Managing the Mystery of Dysphotopsias

Although these unwanted phenomena continue to occur, there are ways to help patients overcome the symptoms.

Glaucoma Management

OCTA in Glaucoma: A Valuable Tool

This modality complements structural OCT and can lead to better disease diagnosis and management.

Cornea/Anterior Segment

Strategies for Chemical Injury

Early management is key for a successful outcome. Here’s how to approach these eyes.

The Forum

On a Knife’s Edge

Musings on life, ophthalmology and the practice of medicine.

Wills Eye Resident Case Series

May 2024 Wills Eye Resident Case Series

A patient presents with recurrent right eye pain and photophobia after combined cataract and minimally invasive glaucoma surgery (MIGS).