October 2015


Delving into the Dry-Eye Pipeline

Novel compounds of all sorts, from anti-inflammatories to receptor inhibitors, are on the way.

How to Take on Strabismus in Adults

Often mislabeled a childhood disease, strabismus can be treated in adults, with visual and psychosocial benefits.

Using Today’s Dry-Eye Diagnostic Tools

Clinicians explain how the current crop of tests and instruments fit into the diagnostic picture.

What to Expect from Your Dry-Eye Device

Results from devices used in-office that take the treatment onus off of the patient.


Review News

Technology Update

An Early Look at Windows 10

A revival of the Start menu on the desktop and enhanced security are some of the features of the new operating system.

Medicare Q & A

ICD-10 Is Here: What You Need to Know Now

After several years of delay, ICD-10 will be implemented on October 1, 2015. What does this mean for your practice?

Retinal Insider

PVR: An Update on Prevention & Management

We have learned much about the pathogenesis of PVR but have a lot of ground to cover to effectively treat this devastating disease.

Glaucoma Management

Glaucoma Surgery 101: Tips and Pearls

Sometimes small changes can make surgery go more smoothly. One surgeon shares some of what she’s learned.

Therapeutic Topics

The Hows and Whys of Pharmacokinetics

Simple attributes, such as how much drug can reach its target and how long it stays there, make a big difference in outcomes.

Refractive Surgery

Tackling Toric Lenses After PK Surgery

In properly selected transplant patients with astigmatism that’s not too irregular, toric lenses can yield good results.

Research Review

Wills Eye Resident Case Series

October 2015 Wills Eye Resident Case Series

A new lid bump prompts treatment for presumed dacryocystitis, but the patient then develops diplopia and seeks help at Wills Eye.