What’s on the Horizon for Keratoconus

The number of keratoconus treatment options is growing, with new techniques and devices in development.

Strategies for Chemical Injury

Early management is key for a successful outcome. Here’s how to approach these eyes.

Into the Weeds of Refractive Screening

Experts share how they decide whether or not a cornea-based procedure is appropriate for a potential candidate.

Cross-linking: Best Practices

Stabilizing the cornea takes significant work—in and out of the chair. Here, veteran surgeons share their top tips for cross-linking patients.

Where PK Fits in the Transplant Landscape

Since the development of endothelial keratoplasty techniques, penetrating keratoplasty cases began to drop. Cornea specialists weigh in on this trend and where PK fits into their armamentarium.

November 2023 Wills Eye Resident Case Series

A 78-year-old man is referred to Wills Eye Hospital for an ominous limbal mass.

Tarso-Conjunctival Flaps for Severe Keratitis

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