June 2016


Flatten the iStent Learning Curve

The pearls to employ, and pitfalls to avoid, when using the device.

Micro-invasive Devices: One in Play, More Ahead

Micro-invasive glaucoma surgery devices are currently under investigation, with others not far behind.

Prostaglandin Drops: First-line Forever?

Alternate choices may soon challenge the current favorite’s status as the best first option.


Review News

Technology Update

The Latest in Surgical Microscope Innovations

How recent product introductions might help you operate and share your surgical knowledge more efficiently.

Medicare Q & A

How to Document and Code Lesion Removal

The number, histology, location, removal method—a host of factors can come into play when billing these procedures.

Retinal Insider

Complement Inhibition For the Treatment of GA

Large-scale studies support the role of aberrant activation of the alternative complement pathway in AMD pathophysiology.

Glaucoma Management

Seeing Glaucoma from The Patient’s Perspective

One surgeon shares what he has learned from being both a glaucoma patient and doctor.

Therapeutic Topics

Combination Therapies: Recipes for Success

Putting two drugs together in one formulation can sometimes achieve better results than either agent can by itself.

Refractive Surgery

Tips for Taking on Borderline Cases

If you feel a patient with a pre-existing issue is worth the risk, here’s how to increase your chances for a good outcome.

Product News

Research Review

Wills Eye Resident Case Series

June 2016 Wills Eye Resident Case Series

Chronic sinusitis along with a recent, two-week history of left-sided facial pain and swelling prompt an ER visit by a middle-aged man.