February 2008

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Editor's Page

Technology Update

Mirror, Mirror: A New IOL for AMD

Using advanced telescope technology, this lens offers new hope to patients with limited vision.

Letters to the Editor

Medicare Q & A

Glaucoma Management

Fibrin Glue in Glaucoma Surgery

This option offers multiple advantages in a number of common surgical situations.

Therapeutic Topics

The Yin and Yang of the Adenovirus

A notorious virus gets in touch with its benevolent side and helps treat disease.

Refractive Surgery

Attracting the Next Generation of LASIK Patients

When trying to reach these patients, the Internet is vital.

Teaching an Old Dog Some New Tricks

Though LASIK has been around a while, surgeons say these tweaks can enhance results.

Femtosecond Laser Flaps: Managing Complications

This technology has reduced, but not eliminated, the chance of an unpleasant surprise. Here’s what can happen, and what to do about it.

Get to Know Your Femtosecond Options

Innovation in the flap-making field continues to be brisk, and you now have a couple of options if you want to make a laser flap.

Finding the Perfect LASIK Coordinator

Whether you recruit or build in-house, the good ones have certain traits that can make all the difference in your LASIK practice.

Research Review

Wills Eye Resident Case Series

Wills Eye Resident Case Series

A swollen eye and persistent headache drive a young patient to seek eye care.