October 2023


Practice Makes Perfect: Staff Management

Experts in ophthalmic practice management weigh in on how training and retaining staff are major parts of managing a successful office.

Securing Premium Patient Happiness

How to do more than just “hope for the best” when it comes to premium IOL satisfaction.

Tarso-Conjunctival Flaps for Severe Keratitis

This technique can rid the eye of the infection and help preserve vision in severe cases.

Effective Approaches to Iris Repair

Smaller defects can be repaired with sutures, while an artificial iris is better for larger ones, say surgeons.

Treating the Untreatable: How Optogenetics Works

Restoring complete vision loss is one of ophthalmology’s most ambitious goals. Learn how one concept could be changing the future of treatment.

IOL Calculations for Challenging Patients

Cataract surgeons are often faced with atypical eyes that make hitting refractive targets trickier. Experts offer their guidance on the IOL formulas with the most reliable outcomes and the lenses to consider.


Review News

Editor's Page

Refractive/Cataract Rundown

What to do with a White Cataract

The challenges to expect and tips for successful management of these complicated cases.

Glaucoma Management

The Refractive Impact Of Topical Meds

Glaucoma medications can cause some subtle and not-so-subtle changes in corneal optics. Here’s what to watch out for.

Cornea/Anterior Segment

Treating Peripheral Ulcerative Keratitis

PUK is often more than meets the eye. Here’s guidance for managing these cases.

Product News

Research Review

The Forum

The Eye, it’s Always About the Eye

Musings on life, ophthalmology and the practice of medicine.

Wills Eye Resident Case Series

October 2023 Wills Eye Resident Case Series

A man presents at Wills with pain, redness and decreased vision in his left eye.