July 2021

Features

Strings of the Puppet

Musings on life, ophthalmology and the practice of medicine.

A Good Candidate Takes Skill to Find

Ectasia is to be avoided at all costs, but disease potential may lurk beneath many a cornea. Here are some tips for screening patients successfully.

OCTA in the Retina: An Update

Experts discuss the pros and cons of optical coherence tomography angiography when compared to conventional dye-based angiography.

Minimizing Complications in Trabeculectomy

Experts offer pearls for ensuring the best possible outcomes, and debate whether trabs still make sense.

Increasing Premium IOLs (and Service)

More surgeons are expanding in the lucrative and increasingly efficacious field of refractive cataract surgery. Where do you fit in?

Big Data and Ophthalmology, 2021

Being able to compile and analyze huge quantities of real-world data is having a significant impact on practice.

Departments

Review News

Editor's Page

Retinal Insider

Surgical Pearls for PVR Procedures

Surgeons share expert tips on classifying, preventing and managing PVR in retinal detachment cases.

Refractive/Cataract Rundown

Maximizing SMILE Outcomes

Insights from an expert on how to choose the right patients, master techniques and avoid or manage complications.

Glaucoma Management

Variable Vision After Glaucoma Surgery

Even when the outcome appears to be good, patients may complain of vision problems. These steps will help.

Research Review

Wills Eye Resident Case Series

July 2021 Wills Eye Resident Case Series

A young woman presents with what appears to be atypical, unilateral uveitis.