April 2024


The Journey to True Accommodation

Various companies have been working for years to develop intraocular lenses that achieve true accommodation.

First-Line Treatment: SLT or Medication?

Medication has historically been the gold standard, but recent success with SLT is giving surgeons more options.

Maximizing Vision After Cataract Surgery

Most surgeries are successful, but there are some patients who aren’t happy with their vision for no obvious reason, and surgeons have to delve deeper.

Into the Weeds of Refractive Screening

Experts share how they decide whether or not a cornea-based procedure is appropriate for a potential candidate.

How Practices Are Making Private Equity Work

Any partnership can have its ups and downs, but so far, ophthalmologists seem to say it’s working out.


Review News

Editor's Page

Medicare Q & A

Use of the New “Complexity” Code

What you need to know about “complexity” code, which just went into effect in 2024.

Refractive/Cataract Rundown

A Look at the Teneo Excimer Laser

Taking stock of the unique features of the newly FDA-approved Technolas Teneo Excimer Laser Platform.

Glaucoma Management

Pearls for Angle-based Surgery

A veteran glaucoma surgeon shares best practices for MIGS device implantation.

Pediatric Patient

Cortical/Cerebral Visual Impairment

Expert discussion of the ins and outs of CVI diagnosis and work-up in children.

Research Review

The Forum

The Comfort of Routine

Musings on life, ophthalmology and the practice of medicine.

Wills Eye Resident Case Series

April 2024 Wills Eye Resident Case Series

A 71-year-old female presents with a red eye and vision loss over several months.