December 2016


10 Ways to Survive What You Can’t Control

As more stresses originate beyond our reach, being a physician is more challenging than ever. Here’s help.

Stopping Practice: Starting Anew

Retirement is not the end of productivity; planning is key.


Review News

Technology Update

A New Way to Manage Type 1 Diabetes

A recently approved insulin-management system promises to make glucose control far easier and more consistent.

Medicare Q & A

Compounded Drugs

A look at the benefits and risks of prescribing compounded medications.

Retinal Insider

Ocular Vitamins: Who Benefits?

It may be possible to stretch the boundaries of the AREDS’ findings and still give patients positive results.

Glaucoma Management

Point-Counterpoint: Pattern ERG & Glaucoma

Two surgeons offer arguments pro and con regarding whether this technology has advanced enough to help manage glaucoma.

Therapeutic Topics

Cutting and Splicing For CRISPR Vision

How this particular type of gene editing works and a discussion of its potential uses in the future.

Refractive Surgery

Going the Xtra Mile With LASIK

Surgeons say an abbreviated version of corneal cross-linking can help healthy LASIK eyes have a more stable result.

Wills Eye Resident Case Series

December 2016 Wills Eye Resident Case Series

An otherwise healthy newborn presents with a challenging ocular problem in his left eye.