February 2022


Uphill, Both Ways, In the Snow

Musings on life, ophthalmology and the practice of medicine.

Patient Selection: Trab, Xen or PreserFlo?

Age, severity of disease and a host of other factors should be considered when choosing a procedure for a particular patient.

Glaucoma Staging and Progression Risk Factors

Accurately evaluating a patient’s status and the risk that the disease will get worse is critical to choosing the most appropriate treatment.

A Glance at the Dry-Eye Pipeline

The number of therapies being developed to treat this common ailment continues to grow.

Is Referral Practice in Your Future?

For young MDs considering their next steps, experts offer their perspectives on tertiary and quaternary care.


Review News

Editor's Page

Technology Update

LIRIC: A Novel LVC Treatment

This non-invasive method of correcting refractive error alters the cornea’s index of refraction rather than its shape.

Retinal Insider

A Review of Retinitis Pigmentosa

A rundown of the condition's etiology, diagnostic findings and current and future treatment options.

Refractive/Cataract Rundown

Lessons Learned from Being an Expert Witness

Good patient care and decreasing your litigation risk go hand in hand. Here are 11 pearls from an expert medical witness.

Glaucoma Management

Fixed-combination Compounded Therapies

Pharmacy-made drops can be an affordable and beneficial option for many of our patients.

Research Review

Wills Eye Resident Case Series

February 2022 Wills Eye Resident Case Series

A 67-year-old is referred to Wills with periocular swelling and blurry vision.