September 2008

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Review News

Editor's Page

Technology Update

Self-Focusing Glasses: Coming Soon?

New technology makes it possible to create a micro-thin diffractive lens that can change refractive index on demand.

Retinal Insider

How to Spot Diseases that Mimic Dry AMD

The first of a two-part series looks at diagnoses that may be difficult, sometimes impossible, on a strictly clinical basis.

Glaucoma Management

Angle Closure: the Iris Volume Factor

Changes in iris tissue as it dilates may explain its contribution to this problematic type of glaucoma.

Therapeutic Topics

MRSA: It’s Not Just Resistant to Methicillin

The threat of MRSA and emerging resistance, and the anti-infective agents that may be able to help.

Cornea/Anterior Segment

The Evolution of Selective Keratoplasty

A look at the ways corneal surgeons are treating pathology by just transplanting what they need to and not disturbing healthy tissue.

Laser-Enabled Keratoplasty: Shaping the Future?

Using femtosecond laser technology to make incisions is leading to improvements in outcomes and healing—and raising new questions.

Preparing the Ocular Surface for Surgery

Establishing a healthy ocular surface and tear film before surgery can improve postoperative outcomes.

Refractive Surgery

Wrestling with Mitomycin-C

Mitomycin’s powerful effects can sometimes cut both ways.

Product News

Wills Eye Resident Case Series

Wills Eye Resident Case Series

Headaches and blurred vision confound diagnosis before this patient arrives at the Wills ER.