May 2023


Managing Severe NPDR: Anti-VEGF Options and More

There’s growing evidence of the clinical benefit of proactive treatment, but is it justified? Retina specialists weigh in and share their approaches to caring for these patients.

A Look at the Latest Pre-loaded IOL Injectors

Pre-loaded injectors for intraocular lenses offer a host of features in addition to the convenience of staff members not having to worry about fussing with lenses and injectors ahead of time.

Counteracting Declining Reimbursements

How cataract surgeons can take advantage of advanced technologies and products to build a better patient experience and boost their bottom line.

Running a Practice in the Post-Pandemic Landscape

Ophthalmologists are getting creative to address staffing shortages and to find new ways to add revenue.

Maximizing Residency Surgical Experience

Surgical training is a trust-based relationship. Here’s what we’ve learned.


Review News

Ophthalmic Product Development Insights

Editor's Page

Technology Update

Speech-to-Text Tools For Physicians

Medical dictation tools are evolving, providing doctors with various speech recognition services and platforms.

Retinal Insider

Autoimmune Retinopathy: A Review

The signs and symptoms to be aware of, as well as the best courses of treatment to pursue.

Plastic Pointers

Etiology and Work-up Of Facial Nerve Palsy

The first in a two-part series on the diagnosis and management of this debilitating condition.

Glaucoma Management

Glaucoma and Pregnancy Considerations

An expert shares how to balance treatment risk in this growing patient population.

The Forum

The Point

Musings on life, ophthalmology and the practice of medicine.

Wills Eye Resident Case Series

May 2023 Wills Eye Resident Case Series

A patient with floaters and decreased vision in one eye presents to Wills Eye Hospital.