March 2017


Surgeons Make Do With The Tried and True

Surgeons mostly stick with what they know, but are intrigued by intraoperative aberrometry.

Going Dropless, Being Careful

Dropless or “less-drops” cataract surgery can be less of a hassle for you and your patients. Here’s how to approach it with care.

New Torics: What You Need to Know

An in-depth look at the Symfony, ReSTOR and enVista toric lenses.

Update: Is FLACS Better Than Manual Surgery?

As the debate goes on, the evidence, and surgeons’ experience, continue to be mixed.


Review News

Editor's Page

Technology Update

Imitation of Life: Phaco Simulators

Virtual reality simulators are assuming increasing importance in residency training. Here are two on the market today.

Retinal Insider

Combo Therapy: When One Drug’s Not Enough

A look at researchers’ attempts to gang up on wet age-related macular degeneration.

Glaucoma Management

Redefining Primary Open-angle Glaucoma

Subdividing POAG patients based on factors other than low or high pressures might improve diagnosis and treatment.

Therapeutic Topics

The Foundation of a Good Formulation

Sometimes the other ingredients in an ophthalmic drug are almost as important as the active agent itself.

Refractive Surgery

Tips for Fixating IOLs With Gore-Tex Sutures

A step-by-step guide for suturing the Akreos and the Cz70BD intraocular lenses.

Product News

Research Review

Wills Eye Resident Case Series

March 2017 Wills Eye Resident Case Series

A middle-aged man presents with a presumed case of choroidal hemangioma.