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An Intro to Neuro

Neuro-ophthalmic disorders can be intimidating—but you can diagnose and manage many of them. Here’s a simple guide for these serious ...

Foreign Body Removal in 12 Steps

Need to remove a foreign body and rust ring? We’ll show you how it’s done. Here’s the first in a new, six-part, print-and-video ...

Going Antiviral: How to Bring Herpes to a Halt

Here’s a review of the most commonly prescribed topical and oral antiviral medications used to manage herpetic eye disease. 

Off Label, But On Target

Using drugs off label is not only permissible, it’s often standard of care. Get to know the following non-FDA-approved indications (if you don’t ...

Practical Pearls for Managing Anterior Uveitis

When diagnosing uveitis, let the history and signs guide your treatment plan. 

When A Drop Isn't Enough

Oral antibiotics and analgesics often are clinically necessary when treating certain ocular conditions. Here’s a rundown of our favorite systemic ...

Is This Big Vessel a Big Problem?

Our patient presented with evidence of a congenital retinal macrovessel. How significant is this finding, and how should he be managed? 

How to Find and Keep Front Desk Staff

From personality traits to ongoing training, these essential skills and staffing tips will help you hire and retain the best person for this ...

Technology Survey: What You Have Your Eyes On

To improve their care, optometrists have OCTs, digital cameras and automated refraction systems on their wish lists right now.  

A Day in the Life of IOP

It waxes, wanes and often spikes, creating patterns that currently go undetected. Can 24-hour monitoring devices reveal its secrets?

OCT Testing Receives a ‘Nice ...

Today, a multitude of diagnostic technologies can support glaucomatous, corneal and posterior segment findings detected via optical coherence tomography. 

6 Tips for Effective Tech Delegation

A good technician can save you time,  increase revenue, accelerate your schedule and elevate your patients' perceptions of your practice.

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Don’t Delay Optic Neuritis Dx

Because of the close association between optic neuritis and MS, a prompt diagnosis and ...
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The Evolution of Dry Eye

Our understanding of dry eye has become more sophisticated in recent years. So too should ...
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Tiny Viruses, Major Diseases

Herpes, HIV, Ebola, enterovirus and rhinovirus (the common cold) are but a few notable ...
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Practical Pearls for Managing ...

When diagnosing uveitis, let the history and signs guide your treatment plan. 
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Foreign Body Removal in 12 Steps

Need to remove a foreign body and rust ring? We’ll show you how it’s done. ...
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High Blood Pressure is Now a ...

A new study suggests that chronic hypertension does not protect against elevated ...
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An Intro to Neuro

Neuro-ophthalmic disorders can be intimidating—but you can diagnose and manage ...
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This Eye is Choking

Vision loss and ocular pain are clues to prompt you to ask about a history of heart ...
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