May 2016


V-Slice: A New, Easy Way To Tackle Soft Lenses

This approach to dealing with soft nuclei relies neither on rotation nor cracking, and needs no specialized instrumentation.

Dry Eye: What’s New in Diagnostics & Treatment

Empowering technicians is the key to assessing every dry-eye patient in your practice.

A Modest Proposal: In-Office Cataract Surgery

Surgeons are trying to answer questions about safety, regulation and reimbursement.

Preparing Your Practice For the Senior Tsunami

The coming wave of elderly patients will necessitate many changes in the average ophthalmology practice.


Review News

Ophthalmic Product Development Insights

Technology Update

Improving Topography-Guided Ablation

The advantages of this approach are now being pushed even further, thanks to new ideas and insights.

Retinal Insider

CMV Retinitis: Reduced Incidence, Still a Threat

Cytomegalovirus retinitis is a sight-threatening infection caused by a member of the human herpesviridae family.

Glaucoma Management

Managing Pediatric Patients With Glaucoma

Managing young patients with this disease presents a number of challenges, in terms of both diagnosis and treatment.

Pediatric Patient

Congenital Hereditary Endothelial Dystrophy

CHED is a rare corneal disorder. Treatment decisions depend on severity and are driven by a careful, observant clinical exam.

Therapeutic Topics

The Form and Function of Meibomian Glands

A discussion of gland mechanisms, how they can go awry and what you can do to nurse them back to health.

Refractive Surgery

The Keys to Better Femto Flaps

The proper laser settings and technique will make for a smoother femtosecond LASIK case.

Product News

Research Review

Wills Eye Resident Case Series

May 2016 Wills Eye Resident Case Series

An infant is referred for nystagmus of both eyes. The initial evaluation suggests bilateral aniridia.