Refractive/Cataract Rundown

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.

Using Technology to Hone Cataract Outcomes

A look at the platforms that help you measure your surgical results and provide intuitive feedback for improvement.

A First Look At the EVO ICL

The EVO/EVO+ ICL’s unique design could pave the way for more patients to benefit from ICL technology.

Tips for Toric Marking & Alignment

What makes a good technique? Experts share their marking pearls and advice for when your devices disagree.

Suturing a One-Piece Lens In Place

A surgeon describes two new techniques that may allow safe fixation of a one-piece lens in a problematic eye.

Epithelial Ingrowth: Rare, But Manageable

After a first LASIK procedure, epithelial ingrowth is rare, but the rates go up after retreatment cases.

Mastering Iris Defect Suturing Techniques

Solutions for anatomical challenges that too many surgeons aren’t willing to meet during cataract surgery.