April 2009

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Editor's Page

Bottom Line

How to Guide Your Crew Through Stormy Seas

Few of us have faced economic times like these. Here are some ideas on keeping your practice on an even keel.

Technology Update

Endophthalmitis’s New Enemy: The PCR

This genetic identification test may be faster and more accurate than cultures.

Letters to the Editor

Retinal Insider

Causes and Treatment Of Pseudophakic CME

Patients’ higher expectations for post-cataract vision have put a new emphasis on preventing CME.

Plastic Pointers

OCS: One of Our Few True Emergencies

Rapid diagnoses and treatment are essential to prevent permanent vision loss from orbital compartment syndrome.

Glaucoma Management

IOP Fluctuation: What’s the Connection?

Is greater-than-normal pressure fluctuation tied to glaucoma progression? The answer is not yet clear.

Therapeutic Topics

An Eye-Opening Look at ‘Morning Eye’

The reason patients wake with puffy eyes and why most remedies fall short.

Cornea/Anterior Segment

When the Capsule Breaks: Strategies for Success

Anterior vitrectomy is something every cataract surgeon would prefer to avoid—but when it’s unavoidable, it’s crucial to do it right.

Refractive Surgery

Re-inventing the Presbyopic Lens

The Tetraflex lens may appeal to surgeons wary of night-vision problems and visual complaints.

Product News

Research Review

Wills Eye Resident Case Series