March 2015


Femtosecond Cataract: What the Data Says

A review of how femtosecond-assisted cataract surgery is faring in the literature.

Is There a Place for PAs in Ophthalmology?

Few ophthalmology practices employ PAs, and those that do typically use them for primary care.

New Technology Gains Momentum

Femtosecond lasers and intraoperative aberrometry intrigue surgeons.

Who’s Getting Femto Laser Cataract Surgery?

Surgeons who use this technology share their experience with patient and economic issues.


Review News

Technology Update

Genetic Testing: New Resources & Challenges

New tests are expanding the usefulness of genetic analysis and promising to simplify the diagnostic process.

Masters of Surgery

Thoughts on Cataract Surgery: 2015

How one leading surgeon is adjusting his approach to cataract surgery to meet today’s new challenges.

Retinal Insider

Telemedicine in Pediatric Retinal Disease

Retinopathy of prematurity screening has succeeded where other efforts in telemedicine have not and offers lessons for broader use.

Glaucoma Management

Are Two MIGS Surgeries Better Than One?

Using multiple stents or combining options that affect different pathways may increase their pressure-lowering capacity.

Therapeutic Topics

Sampling New Targets for Allergy Therapy

Learning more about ocular allergy has revealed a host of potential allergic mediators for researchers to attack.

Refractive Surgery

ISRS Members Share Practice Trends

Bilateral intraocular procedures, femtosecond cataract surgery and LASIK volumes are highlights of the latest ISRS survey.

Product News

Research Review

Wills Eye Resident Case Series

March 2015 Wills Eye Resident Case Series

Lid swelling and recent tearing and crusting of the eyelashes are the principal presenting signs for this middle-aged patient.