Refractive/Cataract Rundown

Addressing Pterygia in Cataract Patients

These conjunctival lesions can impact keratometry, often making staged surgery the best choice for patient outcomes.

What to do with a White Cataract

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

LASIK Enhancements: Handle with Care

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

Lessons on Clear Lens Extraction

IOL technologies are creating more appeal for refractive lens exchange. Here’s guidance on patient selection.

Considerations for Fuchs’ and Cataract

The severity Fuchs’ may create some challenging variables for a patient’s treatment. Here’s guidance.

Managing Post-LASIK Pain

From dry-eye symptoms to severe neuropathic pain, refractive surgeons should be aware of these possible complaints.

Is It Time for Middle Segment Surgery?

Why a growing number of anterior and posterior segment surgeons believe this concept is what’s best for the patient.

How to Control an Overfiltering Bleb

What to do if a cataract patient who previously had glaucoma surgery presents with this tricky scenario.

New Thinking on IOL Exchanges

A recent study found no meaningful difference in complications in exchanges with an open or intact posterior capsule.

Stop the 'Trainwrecks'

The right attitude and proper surgical planning can help you handle even the most difficult patients.