September 2023


Dry-Eye Treatments Continue to Evolve

Every year, clinicians’ understanding of dry-eye disease changes as more findings and treatments surface in eye care.

How the Experts Diagnose Dry Eye

Grading the severity of dry eye by assessing signs and symptoms helps ophthalmologists treat and follow dry-eye patients.

Catching a Red Eye

With careful examination and history-taking, most unusual causes of red eye can be uncovered.

IOL Fixation: Tried-and-True Techniques

When faced with lack of capsular support, cataract surgeons have a variety of options to secure an IOL, each with its own strengths and flaws, say experts.


Review News

Editor's Page

Technology Update

Help for Intravitreal Injections

Traditional intravitreal injection techniques are tried-and-true, but there are devices that can help guide the procedure.

Retinal Insider

An Update on Fundus Autofluorescence

This imaging method can help elucidate retinal disease, monitor progression and possibly advance therapy.

Refractive/Cataract Rundown

LASIK Enhancements: Handle with Care

Refractive surgeons say the keys to managing these cases are patience and precision.

Glaucoma Management

Managing Steroid-Induced Glaucoma

This secondary glaucoma has a unique pathophysiology that may inform treatment approaches.

The Forum

The March of Time

Musings on life, ophthalmology and the practice of medicine.

Wills Eye Resident Case Series

September 2023 Wills Eye Resident Case Series

A young woman presents with sudden-onset blurred vision and metamorphopsia in one eye.