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Opening the Vault  7/15/2015

A recently implanted collamer lens is causing a patient’s eye pain. How can the optometrist address it?
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Postoperative String of Pearls  7/15/2015

Addressing these issues could make the difference between 20/happy and 20/unhappy.
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Scars: Not All Doom and Gloom  7/15/2015

Does an Acanthamoeba infection mean the end for a successful LASIK procedure?
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‘Capping Off’ Cataract Surgery  6/15/2015

Posterior capsular opacification is the most common complication of cataract surgery. Here’s how this quick and effective procedure is performed.
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A Good Catch, Myopia and Traumatic Cataracts  6/15/2015

ODs respond to recent articles and columns. See what they have to say.
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Crystal Clear Results  6/15/2015

Keep these post-op concerns in mind to ensure Crystalens patients have good outcomes.
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Femto Surgery: A Cut Above?  5/15/2015

Clinicians wonder if this much-touted advance in cataract surgery has proven itself yet.
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Caution! Traumatic Cataracts Ahead  4/15/2015

What to expect when you’re expecting the unexpected during cataract surgery.
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Head First Into the Exam Room  4/15/2015

Blurry vision after an auto accident. What's the diagnosis?
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Open Season on Closed Angles  4/15/2015

Which comes first: peripheral iridotomy or cataract extraction?
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Measure Twice, Cut Once  3/15/2015

Pre-op diagnostic testing is critical to cataract surgery outcomes.
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A Surgeon Asks: Who's the Boss?  2/15/2015

Surgery is not just another tool to be delegated or ordered. 
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The Lay of the Land  2/15/2015

When considering IOL implementation, the shape of the cornea plays a big role. 


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The Secret to Surgical Success  2/15/2015

Before tackling cataracts, make sure your patients are free of ocular surface disorders.
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When Iris Eyes Aren't Smiling  2/15/2015

Cosmetic iris implants aren't approved in the United States. But that doesn't mean you won't see them in your chair.
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Conquering Cataracts  1/15/2015

Today’s techniques put “premium” outcomes within reach of more patients than ever.


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Her Vision is on the Bubble  1/15/2015

How would you approach this case?
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Take a Shot at this Bull’s Eye  12/15/2014

Our patient with a history of rheumatoid arthritis reported a steady loss of vision. Was her medication to blame?
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Cloudy With a Chance of Lasers  11/15/2014

When a post-cataract patient presents with blurred vision, YAG capsulotomy can swiftly restore clarity to the ocular media.
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How Suite It Is  11/15/2014

New cataract surgery 'suites' avoid some human error by linking measurement devices to surgical instruments.
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Intra-op Astigmatism Correction  11/15/2014

How do the options for management during cataract surgery compare?
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Ocular Urban Legends  11/15/2014

We've heard about these presentations, but have yet to actually see them.
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In Pursuit of Emmetropia: Choosing from the Refractive Surgery Menu  10/15/2014

New surgical technology and procedures make it a viable prospect for more patients than ever. Here's an overview of the latest approaches.
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IOL Advances: How to Discuss Them with Patients  10/15/2014

You've got the knowledge you need to start the conversation. But it requires a delicate balance to avoid establishing the wrong expectations.
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Postop Predicaments in Cataract Procedures  10/15/2014

Three non-routine cataract cases showcase surgical advances and highlight increasing postoperative visual expectations.
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Where Do You Stand on These Refractive Surgery Controversies?  10/15/2014

The good news: options abound. The bad news: ditto.
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A Corneal Conundrum  8/15/2014

Are these post-LASIK complications clinically distinct entities, or a continuum?
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More Questions Than Answers  8/15/2014

This patient’s ocular history was extensive and downright perplexing. Could a cataract complication somehow affect his posterior pole?
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No Drops Required  8/15/2014

Transzonular drug delivery during cataract surgery is a safe, convenient way to quash concerns about postoperative drug compliance.
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