December 2021


God Bless Us, Every One

Musings on life, ophthalmology and the practice of medicine.

Office-Based Surgery: The Pros and Cons

Surgeons who are performing office-based cataract procedures say they’re better for several reasons, but many physicians are still skeptical.

Telemedicine 2021: The Virtual Verdict

Teleophthalmology wasn’t a perfect solution during the pandemic, but its potential looms large, especially in large-scale screening programs.

Facilitating Phaco with Cutting-edge Tech

Today’s machines for emulsifying and removing cataracts while managing the anterior chamber are the best ever when it comes to safety, efficiency and ease of use.


Review News

Editor's Page

Technology Update

Reference Apps For Ophthalmologists

Five smartphone apps that can save you time and bring some peace of mind.

Retinal Insider

RVO: Diagnosis and Management

A comprehensive look at occlusions’ etiology, risk factors, signs, symptoms and treatment.

Refractive/Cataract Rundown

Suturing a One-Piece Lens In Place

A surgeon describes two new techniques that may allow safe fixation of a one-piece lens in a problematic eye.

Product News

First Presbyopia Drop Approved

Product News: New offerings to help improve clinical care and strengthen your practice.

Research Review

Wills Eye Resident Case Series

December 2021 Wills Eye Resident Case Series

Years after LASIK, a 36-year-old patient presents with an injury to his right eye.