August 2018


OCT Before Cataract Surgery: Not Optional

This technology can reveal retinal problems that will otherwise be attributed to your surgery, argues this surgeon.

The nAMD Pipeline: Full but Not Fast

Anti-VEGF therapies revolutionized treatment. Easing the burden and new targets are becoming fresh priorities.

Wet AMD: When Your First-line Fails

When an AMD patient fails to respond to your treatment, all is not lost, says this retinal specialist.


Review News

Editor's Page

Technology Update

Online Vision Tests: Time Saver or Risk Maker?

Vision-testing apps can save low-risk patients time and money when it’s time to renew contacts or get a new pair of glasses.

Medicare Q & A

New Mid-year CPT Codes

This mid-year release comes with two Category III codes that practices need to be aware of.

Retinal Insider

Succeeding with Scleral-Sutured Lenses

Two surgeons describe their go-to technique for working with IOLs that require scleral fixation.

Glaucoma Management

Elderly and OHT: Should You Treat?

A number of factors have to be considered when deciding whether to put this type of patient on drops.

Pediatric Patient

Myopia: Causes and Treatments

Due to the increasing prevalence of myopia across the globe, researchers and clinicians are searching for better therapies.

Cornea/Anterior Segment

ICRS and Cross-linking For Corneal Ectasia

A cornea surgeon explains the pros and cons of the two approaches, when used alone and in combination.

Product News

Research Review

Wills Eye Resident Case Series

August 2018 Wills Eye Resident Case Series

An 88-year old man with a right medial canthal lesion is evaluated at the Wills Eye Oculoplastics Service.