May 2017


Tips for Successful Anterior Vitrectomies

Surgeons explain how to get the best outcomes in these tough cases.

It’s (Not) in the Bag: IOL Fixation

Choosing the best technique in the absence of capsular support can be tricky.

How to Handle Eyes With Unstable Zonules

Cataract surgery in these cases becomes much more difficult, but not impossible.

Anterior Segment Tech: A Screening Primer

Surgeons offer tips for making the most of the latest anterior segment measuring devices.


Review News

Ophthalmic Product Development Insights

Editor's Page

Technology Update

Making the Cut: Capsulotomy Devices

Achieving a strong, centered, perfectly circular capsulotomy may soon become simpler and easier.

Retinal Insider

Machine Learning for Diabetic Retinopathy

Adding computers to the mix may help ophthalmologists around the world catch and treat DR more effectively.

Plastic Pointers

A Practical Approach to Canalicular Lacerations

Many periocular injuries involve the canaliculi. Here’s how to assess the damage and successfully repair it.

Glaucoma Management

Is It Glaucoma? Or Just High Myopia?

Highly myopic eyes often resemble glaucomatous eyes, so if pressure is normal, diagnosis can be challenging. Here’s help.

Pediatric Patient

What’s New in Pediatric Corneal Transplants

A review of the advantages and disadvantages of our current options for corneal transplantation in children.

Therapeutic Topics

Dry Eye: Beyond the Usual Suspects

Digging deeper into the types of patients who get dry eye and the situations that can bring it on.

Product News

Wills Eye Resident Case Series

May 2017 Wills Eye Resident Case Series

Gradually worsening vision in both of his eyes brings a 41-year-old man to Wills Eye Hospital.