October 2018

Features

Anterior Segment Surgery and Herpes

Corneal experts break down the pre-, intra- and postop considerations.

Astigmatism: How Low Can You Go?

Surgeons discuss the drive to zero astigmatism in cataract surgery.

Ergonomics: How Not To Sacrifice Your Body

A guide to healthy, painless (for you) examinations and surgeries.

How to Manage Dislocated IOLs

Treatment depends on the location of the IOL.

MIPS & Ophthalmology: 12 Questions Answered

The current CMS plan to adjust Medicare payments is off to a respectable start—with a few caveats.

Solo Practice: Can You (Still) Go It Alone?

As PE and consolidation gather momentum, what’s the future of the solo ophthalmology practice?

Departments

Review News

Editor's Page

Letters to the Editor

Medicare Q & A

Financial Waivers: Using the ABN

How to proceed when a patient needs a service that’s not covered by Medicare and/or other insurance.

Retinal Insider

Regenerative Medicine: Science Fact

A look at one possible way researchers and physicians may expand the boundaries of regenerative medicine in the future.

Refractive/Cataract Rundown

Malpractice: Minimizing Your Exposure

Routine communication matters, but so does the human touch when things go wrong.

Glaucoma Management

A Tube Shunt Fails: What’s Next?

With limited published data to guide us, deciding how to proceed in this situation can be a challenge. Here’s help.

Product News

Research Review

Wills Eye Resident Case Series

October 2018 Wills Eye Resident Case Series

A 23-year-old woman presents to the Wills Eye Emergency Room complaining of bilateral eye pain and redness.