July 2018

Features

Tools for Femto-free Capsulotomy

New tech that may improve your capsulotomies without breaking the bank.

Refractive Surgery in Pediatric Patients

When and how to perform refractive surgery in children.

The IOL in the Sulcus: When, Why & How

When you need to place a lens in the sulcus, it pays to be prepared—and to know what not to do.

Departments

Refractive/Cataract Rundown

Treating Astigmatism: How Low Can You Go?

Surgeons say that even a little bit of astigmatism is worth treating, and cataract surgery presents a golden opportunity.

Review News

Technology Update

AI & Ophthalmology: Two Approaches to Diagnosis

Some systems are taught what to look for in order to detect the presence of disease; other systems train themselves.

Glaucoma Management

Co-managing Glaucoma: One MD’s Experience

An ophthalmologist who has worked with ODs for years says that doing so has benefited his patients and his practice.

Pediatric Patient

How to Manage Craniosynostosis

Ophthalmic concerns and a multidisciplinary approach to Crouzon, Apert and Pfeiffer Syndromes.

Research Review

Wills Eye Resident Case Series

July 2018 Wills Eye Resident Case Series

Double vision after a car accident brings an elderly woman to Wills Eye Hospital for an evaluation.