July 2017


A Peek into the Presbyopia Pipeline

Researchers and clinicians alike continue to pursue The Grail as vigorously as ever.

Risk Management for Corneal Inlays

Early data suggests there’s little to fear. But there are some complications you can prevent or mitigate.

Topo-guided Ablation & Irregular Astigmatism

Finally able to offer topography-guided treatments, American surgeons look forward to the next frontier: abnormal corneas.


Review News

Editor's Page

Technology Update

Low-Vision Devices: Trusted Tech, New Twists

A look at recent releases that take magnification and screen- and text-reading capabilities to new levels.

Retinal Insider

High-dose Anti-VEGF in Refractory Wet AMD

Researchers say that, for certain cases, increased doses of these drugs may yield better results than a standard regimen.

Glaucoma Management

Glaucoma Surgery: When The Conjunctiva Isn’t Ideal

Damaged or unhealthy conjunctiva can significantly affect the course of glaucoma surgery. Here’s help.

Therapeutic Topics

The Highlights From ARVO 2017

A review of the hottest research in therapeutics for both the front and back of the eye.

Cornea/Anterior Segment

Boston KPro: Current And Future Directions

An in-depth look at this innovative device’s design, recent modifications, implantation techniques and outcomes.

Refractive Surgery

Find Common Ground With Premium Patients

An update to the venerable Dell Patient Questionnaire may help you crack the code of proper preop patient communication.

Wills Eye Resident Case Series

July 2017 Wills Eye Resident Case Series

An elderly woman presents with complaints of unilateral glare and photophobia.