September 2017


How to Manage Conjunctivochalasis

Tips for diagnosis, as well as medical and surgical management.

Work Up Corneal Ulcers Like an Expert

The best ways to diagnose and heal a corneal infection.

Is Cross-linking at a Crossroads?

A look at the potentially life-changing procedure, one year after the first FDA-approved system became available.

Access to Off-label Meds: Getting Tougher

Well-intentioned restrictions on compounded drugs are making timely treatment challenging.


Review News

Technology Update

Getting Drops Onto the Eye: Low-tech Solutions

There’s more than one way to help your patients put their medications where they belong.

Retinal Insider

The Pros and Cons of Heads-up Surgery

The future of this technology holds promise as long as new innovations are critically evaluated, these surgeons say.

Plastic Pointers

Options for Small- Incision Brow Lifts

In some patients, a traditional brow lift may not be necessary; a less-invasive option may yield the results they need.

Glaucoma Management

When Should You Neuroimage Your Patient?

Neurologic disease may present with symptoms that mimic glaucoma. Here’s how to know when to check for trouble.

Pediatric Patient

Pediatric Idiopathic Intracranial Hypertension

Many ophthalmologists are well-versed in IIH in adults, but pediatric IIH is a different animal.

Therapeutic Topics

Ocular Trauma: Then and Now

A look at the full range of possible causes of trauma, as well as ways in which the eye can help diagnose other kinds of injury.

Product News

Research Review

Wills Eye Resident Case Series

September 2017 Wills Eye Resident Case Series

A severe ocular chemical injury results in limbal stem cell deficiency for a young patient.