October 2017


The DED Pipeline Isn’t Drying Up

The possible causes are many and prescription treatments few, but new and potential dry-eye therapeutics keep coming.

Blepharitis: Know What to Look For

Experts provide tips on how to recognize and eliminate bouts of blepharitis ranging from mild to acute.

Three New Algorithms For Treating Dry Eye

New guidelines aim to help clinicians make sense of today’s dry-eye management options.


Review News

Editor's Page

Technology Update

Shedding (Less) Light on Aniridia: Device Update

A report from the U.S. regulatory path, which may lead to a device approval in the near future.

Medicare Q & A

What’s an SMRC and Why Should I Care?

A quick look at the SMRC, and how to ensure claims payment.

Retinal Insider

Using VEGF Inhibitors For Diabetic Retinopathy

Though these remarkably helpful drugs are mainstays for AMD and DME, they’re also showing efficacy in DR.

Glaucoma Management

Optimizing the Efficacy of Topical Medications

A number of simple strategies can go a long way toward making sure your patients benefit from their eye drops.

Therapeutic Topics

One or Two More Pearls ...

After 23 years, Therapeutic Topics comes to an end with an installment filled with several decades’ worth of wisdom.

Refractive Surgery

How to Think Outside the Capsule

A novel approach to cataract surgery and lens replacement offers some benefits, but its adoption rate may be slow.

Research Review

Wills Eye Resident Case Series

October 2017 Wills Eye Resident Case Series

An elderly patient with a history of diabetes presents with vision problems in his right eye.