November 2023


LRIs: Still a Valuable Asset for Astigmatism

Despite advances in toric IOL technology, experienced cataract surgeons say limbal relaxing incisions are still a worthwhile technique to perform.

Cross-linking: Best Practices

Stabilizing the cornea takes significant work—in and out of the chair. Here, veteran surgeons share their top tips for cross-linking patients.

How to Select the Right MIGS For the Job

Considerations include severity of glaucoma, IOP and the number of medications the patient is taking.

Where PK Fits in the Transplant Landscape

Since the development of endothelial keratoplasty techniques, penetrating keratoplasty cases began to drop. Cornea specialists weigh in on this trend and where PK fits into their armamentarium.


Review News

Editor's Page

Retinal Insider

Neurodegenerative Diseases and OCTA

Peering into the retina may yield prognostic clues on diseases such as Alzheimer’s.

Refractive/Cataract Rundown

Addressing Pterygia in Cataract Patients

These conjunctival lesions can impact keratometry, often making staged surgery the best choice for patient outcomes.

Glaucoma Management

Cyclodialysis Clefts With MIGS

Repair techniques vary, but prevention is the best cure. Here’s how to manage this complication.

Research Review

The Forum

If You’re Not Part of the Solution ...

Musings on life, ophthalmology and the practice of medicine.

Wills Eye Resident Case Series

November 2023 Wills Eye Resident Case Series

A 78-year-old man is referred to Wills Eye Hospital for an ominous limbal mass.