When a hard-working academic presents with dry eye and a history of LASIK, how do you determine the cause—and how can you help?
A new combination procedure can help patients undergoing cataract surgery who have open-angle glaucoma.
Although they are little, they can cause a lot of trouble for cataract patients.
It is important to keep up with the legalities of pre- and post-cataract surgery care.
When a younger-than-expected patient presents with lens opacity, can you identify the cause?
It’s our responsibility to care for our patients from diagnosis through the postoperative recovery process.
Referring patients for cataract removal is common, but when a posterior segment pathology interferes, it must be handled delicately.
Lanosterol can dissolve the protein buildup that causes cataracts.
A patient underwent glaucoma surgery, and follow up revealed a problem.
DMEK might be the best solution for your patient’s endothelial dysfunction.
A recently implanted collamer lens is causing a patient’s eye pain. How can the optometrist address it?
Addressing these issues could make the difference between 20/happy and 20/unhappy.
Does an Acanthamoeba
infection mean the end for a successful LASIK procedure?
Posterior capsular opacification is the most common complication of cataract surgery. Here’s how this quick and effective procedure is performed.
ODs respond to recent articles and columns. See what they have to say.
Keep these post-op concerns in mind to ensure Crystalens patients have good outcomes.
Clinicians wonder if this much-touted advance in cataract surgery has proven itself yet.
What to expect when you’re expecting the unexpected during cataract surgery.
Blurry vision after an auto accident. What's the diagnosis?
Which comes first: peripheral iridotomy or cataract extraction?
Pre-op diagnostic testing is critical to cataract surgery outcomes.
Surgery is not just another tool to be delegated or ordered.
When considering IOL implementation, the shape of the cornea plays a big role.
Before tackling cataracts, make sure your patients are free of ocular surface disorders.
Cosmetic iris implants aren't approved in the United States. But that doesn't mean you won't see them in your chair.
Today’s techniques put “premium” outcomes within reach of more patients than ever.
How would you approach this case?
Our patient with a history of rheumatoid arthritis reported a steady loss of vision.
Was her medication to blame?