January 2015


IOL Alternatives to Multifocality

Avoiding glare and halo while expanding focal depth is the primary goal of these implants.

Surgeons Seek Presbyopia Solution

Surgeons say presbyopic lenses are fine, but say they’re tiring of the trade-offs in vision.

The Art of Implanting Multifocal Lenses

Preoperative measurement accuracy and surgical precision are crucial to good outcomes.


Review News

Editor's Page

Technology Update

Glaucoma: In Search of the Perfect Stent

New ab interno devices in the pipeline offer novel advantages while addressing some of the limitations of earlier approaches.

Masters of Surgery

Teach Your Fellows Well

Voices—and even lyrics—from the past still ring true when it comes to preparing the next generation of eye surgeons.

Retinal Insider

Recent Advances in Vitreoretinal Surgery

A look at the improvements in instrumentation and technologies that are reducing surgical risks and improving visual outcomes.

Glaucoma Management

Preserving Vision in Neovascular Glaucoma

To effectively manage this disease, be sure to address the underlying causes, not just the elevated pressure.

Therapeutic Topics

Two Decades in Translation

For 20 years, “Therapeutic Topics” has explored ocular disease. Here’s an update on where translational medicine stands today.

Refractive Surgery

New Filters for LASIK Screening

New studies with innovative indices are allowing surgeons to catch more risky corneas before surgery.

Research Review

Wills Eye Resident Case Series

January 2015 Wills Eye Resident Case Series

Scleral discoloration, irritation and decreased vision prompt a 66-year-old man to seek help from the Wills Eye Cornea Service.