July 2010

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Review News

Editor's Page

Technology Update

In-Eye Drug Delivery: More New Ideas

Minimizing or eliminating the need for frequent injections is the focus of several new technologies.

Letters to the Editor

Retinal Insider

Trends Favor Retinal Surgery in the ASC

Major recent changes in vitreoretinal surgery give reason to reassess the role of the ASC.

Glaucoma Management

SD-OCT and Glaucoma: Ready for Prime Time?

Improvements in this technology are making it a powerful tool for monitoring this disease—and its treatments.

Therapeutic Topics

A Look Back at the 2010 ARVO Meeting

Here are the fruits of a year’s worth of labor by researchers from around the world.

Cornea/Anterior Segment

When Challenging Cases Get Even Tougher

How to proceed when patients with complicating factors desire a premium intraocular lens implant.

Catching Keratoconus: Making the Tough Calls

Signs of early disease can be subtle and easy to miss. Here, experts offer advice on spotting clues that can help you make the right decision.

Caution Goes Up but Volume Goes Down

Surgeons on our National Panel say they’re using thinner flaps and performing more surface ablation to avoid ectasia.

Ocular Surface Disease: Surgical Strategies

The understanding of ocular surface disorders has evolved greatly in four decades. A longtime observer reviews the

Refractive Surgery

Take the Sting Out of LASIK Complications

A veteran LASIK surgeon shares his tips on handling cases in which things don’t go as planned.

When Is Refractive Surgery Right for Children?

Refractive surgery appears to be safe and effective for certain pediatric patients who have failed traditional therapy.

Product News

Research Review

Wills Eye Resident Case Series

Wills Eye Resident Case Series

Orbital trauma and suspected fracture prompt a visit with the Wills Eye Oculoplastic and Orbital Surgery Service.