Oct 2006


Don’t Let Lid Cancers Slip by You

You may be your patient’s first line of defense against the growth of a suspicious lesion that’s not as benign as it looks.


Editor's Page

Technology Update

A Laser That’s Quick on the Draw

This laser may make laser photocoagulation more comfortable for patients.

Letters to the Editor

Medicare Q & A

Retinal Insider

The DRCR Network Aids DR Treatment

The government-sponsored network allows clinical researchers to communicate more effectively.

Glaucoma Management

icVEP: A New Way to Catch Early Glaucoma?

A novel use of visual evoked potential technology is showing great promise as a diagnostic tool.

Therapeutic Topics

Cutting-Edge Therapies for Wet AMD

New classes of drugs may open up new avenues of treatment for this blinding disease.

Refractive Surgery

Making Room for a New Toric Lens

Though its reimbursement still needs to be defined, the new AcrySof toric lens offers some potential benefits.

Epi-LASIK: Closing In on The Perfect Procedure

As patient pain is minimized and recovery time shrinks, more surgeons are trying it—and many prefer it to LASIK.

Product News

Research Review

Wills Eye Resident Case Series

Wills Eye Resident Case Series

Loss of vision, macular edema and a suspicious lesion helped lead to the diagnosis in this otherwise healthy, young patient.