Nov 2010


The Experts Open Up on Meibomian Dysfunction

When you’re facing a condition with signs and symptoms as varied as those in meibomian gland dysfunction, it pays to be thorough.

More Appealing Options for Artificial Iris Patients

Newer artificial irises may offer benefits like customization for each patient and insertion through a small incision.

The Promising Next Wave of Dry-Eye Products

Despite the difficulty of demonstrating treatment efficacy in the laboratory, multiple new options are under investigation.

The Clinical Significance of FAF in GA

A look at how two commercially available fundus autofluorescence systems image the retina, and how to interpret their findings in practice.


Review News

Editor's Page

Technology Update

Intense Pulsed Light: For Treating Dry Eye

Originally designed for use in dermatology, IPL may be a potent tool for treating meibomian gland dysfunction.

Retinal Insider

Local Complications of IV Anti-VEGF Therapy

A look at the two complications of anti-VEGF injections that carry the greatest risk for severe vision loss.

Glaucoma Management

When a Prostaglandin Analog Isn’t Enough

For some patients, an extra drug is needed. A review of the literature suggests a less-popular candidate may be the best choice.

Therapeutic Topics

Novel Therapies: Found in Translation

A look at how translational medicine has changed the way ophthalmologists treat disease.

Refractive Surgery

A Kinder, Gentler Corneal Cross-linker?

A natural molecule may have potential for cross-linking without the need for UV light.

Product News

Research Review

Wills Eye Resident Case Series

Wills Eye Resident Case Series

An elderly patient with a painful red eye and a long history of ocular disease presents with progressive periorbital swelling.