Dec 2010


Electronic Records: Making The Transition Work

Leaving paper behind can be a traumatic experience. Pioneers who’ve already made the switch share their secrets for success.

Presbyopic Contact Lenses: Not Just Bifocals Anymore

Today’s multifocal contact lenses use advanced optics in an effort to give presbyopes usable vision at near, intermediate and far distances.


Review News

Editor's Page

Technology Update

A DIY Method for IOL Explantation

Using some inexpensive materials, you can explant lenses without widening your incision.

Medicare Q & A

Retinal Insider

Glaucoma Management

Individualizing Therapy to Optimize Adherence

Every patient faces unique obstacles to adherence. We can help by customizing treatment accordingly.

Therapeutic Topics

Do Your Homework Before Treating CME

When using a drug off-label, it's crucial to amass as much knowledge as possible.

Cornea/Anterior Segment

Pediatric PK: Stark Contrast to Adult PK

A large study shows the value of a team approach to this increasingly common surgery.

Refractive Surgery

A Refresher on Postop Rainbow Glare

New laser technology may curb this side effect, but it pays to be prepared for it anyway, say surgeons.

Research Review

Wills Eye Resident Case Series

Wills Eye Resident Case Series

A young patient’s vision decreases after a bump on the head, prompting a visit to the Wills ER.