November 2015


AAAHC Study Assays Key Cataract Metrics

A national survey of ambulatory surgery centers describes trends in surgery time, staffing and more.

Endothelial Regeneration: Help Is on the Way

New therapies may replace corneal transplantation as the treatment of choice for patients with endothelial cell dystrophy or dysfunction.

How Not to Fail Your Clinical Trial

Veteran researchers tell you how to be prepared if you become a clinical trial investigator.

Protecting Your EHR From Security Breaches

How to keep your records secure and what to do in case of a breach.

The IRIS Registry: The First 18 Months

Ophthalmology’s large-scale data registry is showing signs of promise. Here, those involved discuss its benefits and potential pitfalls.

Treatment Options with Amniotic Membrane

AM can be used successfully as either a graft or a bandage.


Review News

Ophthalmic Product Development Insights

Technology Update

Four New Ways to Manage Small Pupils

New pupil-expansion devices and an irrigation solution additive promise to make some tough cases easier.

Masters of Surgery

Fellowship in A Nutshell

From patient preparation to surgical pearls, how to perform a blepharoplasty like a master.

Retinal Insider

Personalized Medicine: Impact on Retina Therapies

The power of genetically defined targets in the development of retinal therapies is beginning to bear fruit. Where it’s headed next.

Plastic Pointers

Putting Injectable Facial Fillers to Their Best Use

Filler indications range from lip and cheek augmentation to treatment of moderate to severe facial rhytids.

Glaucoma Management

Managing Hypotony After Trabeculectomy

Very low intraocular pressure following surgery can have serious visual consequences. These strategies can help prevent trouble.

Therapeutic Topics

Bring Them to Tears With Your Treatment

New compounds, especially those derived from hyaluronic acid, may change the game of dry-eye treatment.

Refractive Surgery

Hone Your Surface Ablation Technique

Expert tips on how to get the best outcomes possible when a patient is a good candidate for surface ablation.

Research Review

Wills Eye Resident Case Series

November 2015 Wills Eye Resident Case Series

A middle-aged woman with a history of rheumatoid arthritis awakens and discovers visual field loss in one eye.