June 2009

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Review News

Editor's Page

Bottom Line

Washington Moves EMR Off the Back Burner

Waiting for the government to set up its incentive program may make you too late to qualify.

Technology Update

How to Cure a Case of Megapixel Mania

Your fundus camera can use a modest number of megapixels and still churn out great images.

Medicare Q & A

Retinal Insider

Recognizing the ‘White Dot’ Syndromes

Part one of a two-part review of inflammatory chorioretinopathies of unknown

Glaucoma Management

Helping Patients With The Cost of Medications

With the economy in turmoil, patients are more likely than ever to cut corners. Your practice can help them stay on track.

Therapeutic Topics

Finding New Uses For Ancient Drugs

Though opioid compounds may be as old as medicine itself, researchers continue to discover new uses for them.

Refractive Surgery

Survey Proves Flatlines Aren’t Always Bad

The refractive likes and dislikes of members of the American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery.

Product News

Research Review

Wills Eye Resident Case Series

WIlls Eye Resident Case Series

A child’s fall leads to swelling and an unusually persistent lump on the eyelid.