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Leaders: Introducing Optometry to the World
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In between completing her bachelor’s degree in 2003 and starting optometry school, Sara McGowan, OD, MS, FAAO, took some time to travel the world. Her volunteer work outside of Cape Town, South Africa, was just the beginning of her work abroad, and Dr. McGowan was hired to teach at the Mzuzu University School of Optometry in Malawi, starting in July 2012.

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Women in Academia: Career Comes Full Circle
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In January, Lisa Wade, OD, was named director of the Hayes Center for Practice Excellence at Southern College of Optometry (SCO), and she says that she is grateful for the opportunity. “I’m very excited about it, and it is wonderful to be back at SCO because that’s home for me,” Dr. Wade says.

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10 Tips for Improving Visual Fields

 These recommendations can help you obtain better perimetry results.

Beat These Modern Day Prescribing Challenges

Today’s optometrists face difficult Rx decisions.

Firm Up Your Approach to Corneal Ectasia

Optometrists must see these patients “through thick and thin.”

Perform ASP and DBD for Stubborn RCE

If ASP doesn’t do the job, here’s a more aggressive option.

Seeing Red: How Ocular Rosacea Impacts the Cornea

This condition can affect more than just the eyelids. 

Urgent and Chronic Causes of Diplopia

Double vision can originate from many conditions. When this is an emergency?

A Lab in the Palm of Your Hand?

POCT helps take the guesswork out of diagnosis.

Differential Diagnosis of Retinal Disease

Many retinal conditions can be easily confused.

Don't Overlook the Eyelids

Eyelid exams can be critical to keeping your patients healthy. 

Exam Reveals Subtle Macular Disease

Seeing spots leads to a diagnosis of idiopathic juxtafoveal retinal telangiectasis.

How to Make Your Patients Stop Crying

Steps to perform lacrimal dilation and irrigation.

Vision Expo East 2015: A Focus on Education

See what's in store for VEE 2015.

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Visual Fixation and Development

A new study on the relevance of the eye contact of newborns.
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Navigating the Slippery Slope

Can a patient with corneal ectasia wear a scleral CL with corneal touch?
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Friends and Family Discount

Where’s the worst place to find your loved ones? In your exam chair.
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New Level of CL Adherence

A surprise in a thick layer of mucus deep in the upper fornix.
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Get Your Priorities in Order

What do you address first, eye pain, elevated IOP, cataracts, vein occlusion?
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10 Tips for Improving Visual Fields

 These recommendations can help you obtain better perimetry results.
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Corneal Ectasia

Optometrists must see these patients “through thick and thin.”
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Open Season on Closed Angles

Which comes first: peripheral iridotomy or cataract extraction?
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New Surgical Options for Presbyopia

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2014 East Coast Optometric Glaucoma Symposium

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Neuro-Ophthalmic Disease Basics: Evaluating the Efferent Visual System

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Glaucoma and Dry Eye: Principles and Parallels

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Going Antiviral: How to Bring Herpes to a Halt

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Successful Comanagement of Ocular Surgery Patients

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TED Talk: Hormones and Ocular Health

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The Final Cut: Surgical Correction of Presbyopia

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