May 2015


A Closer Look at Protocol T

Retinal specialists unpack the data and discuss how it can be applied in the clinic.

Advancements in Surgical Microscopes

After decades of not much change, microscopes are beginning to change the way surgeons operate.

Vision Research 2015: Challenging Times

Political priorities and economic realities are putting the squeeze on budgets—and researchers.


Review News

Technology Update

New Options for Retinal Imaging

Two recently approved wide-field devices offer new features that may add to a clinician’s diagnostic ability.

Masters of Surgery

My "10 Commandments" for Strabismus Surgery

Strabismus surgery can be challenging. Herein are my "10 Commandments" that will help with your surgical outcomes.

Retinal Insider

Anti-VEGF Therapy to Limit DR Progression

Although many questions remain, anti-VEGF therapies for diabetic retinopathy treatment will dramatically alter the delivery of care.

Plastic Pointers

Trichiasis: Lashes Gone Astray

Trichiasis has numerous causes; the number of errant lashes, their distribution and the underlying pathology dictate treatment.

Glaucoma Management

Should Your Patient Still Be Driving?

New data reveals that some parts of the visual field may be more associated with driving difficulty than others.

Pediatric Patient

Telemedicine for ROP Screening

The population of premature infants is expected to grow. Telemedicine may help meet the demand for ROP screening.

Therapeutic Topics

A Stepwise Approach To Acute Dry Eye

How to approach the occasional situation in which this chronic condition suddenly becomes acute.

Refractive Surgery

How to Avoid Issues With Mitomycin-C

Even though the agent has been used as a prophylactic haze treatment for years, surgeons say it pays to be careful with it.

Product News

Research Review

Wills Eye Resident Case Series

May 2015 Wills Eye Resident Case Series

A five-day history of visual distortions drives a middle-aged contact-lens user to seek treatment at the Wills Emergency Department.