July 2012


Presbyopia Surgery: Beyond Multifocal IOLs

Corneal inlays, scleral implants, and excimer and femtosecond laser procedures show promise as future options for presbyopia correction.

Refractive Surgery Goes Intrastromal

Avoiding trauma to the corneal surface may lead to more stable procedures, say surgeons.

Topography-guided Ablation: Pros and Cons

As surgeons anticipate the availability of this technology in the United States, those who have used it offer insights and advice.


Review News

Editor's Page

Technology Update

Catching Diabetic Macular Edema Early

Using inexpensive tools, internists may be able to tell which diabetic patients are suffering pre-symptomatic retinal damage.

Retinal Insider

Genetic Testing for AMD Inches Forward

A look at the status of current technology and where it fits in the management of patients with age-related macular degeneration.

Glaucoma Management

Trabeculectomy: It’s All in the Details

A top surgeon shares his insights, strategies and techniques for making this surgery turn out well.

Therapeutic Topics

ARVO 2012 Gives Florida Our Best

Highlights from the final Fort Lauderdale meeting of the Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology.

Refractive Surgery

A Closer Look at the New EX500 Laser

The new excimer from Alcon/WaveLight has features to enhance connectivity and decrease procedure times.

Product News

Research Review

Wills Eye Resident Case Series

Wills Eye Resident Case Series

When medical therapy fails to relieve an elderly patient’s pain and decreased vision, he visits the Wills Oncology Service.