Thyroid eye disease is complex and confounding. This comprehensive review connects the pathophysiology to its clinical presentation.
We've heard about these presentations, but have yet to actually see them.
A review of the latest product offerings.
Eylea provides a longer duration of effect for diabetic macular edema patients than other anti-VEGF options.
For anti-VEGF treatment of AMD, monthly frequency and ranibizumab treatment were associated with a higher risk of geographic atrophy.
A decade ago, we looked at the latest treatment options for blepharitis. It's high time we eye them up again.
This patient returned after uncomplicated cataract surgery with an unexpected "correction" to his glaucoma. How did this happen?
In some instances, properly medicating a patient may lead to other problems.
When ocular inflammation is too severe to manage with NSAIDs or steroids alone, consider an amniotic membrane graft.
Is there a role for iridotomy when managing patients with pigmentary glaucoma?
In most states, ODs can safely and effectively cauterize benign skin lesions with dichloroacetic acid.
In MGD patients, intense lid massage can cause significant corneal warping.
Optometrists play a vital role in coordinating intervention among specialists and the GP.
The latest agents, Prolensa and Ilevro, are improved formulations of current standbys for postoperative pain management.
For every 10,000 drug compounds developed, only one will achieve FDA approval.
An old glaucoma medication stages a comeback in the United States.
Patient presents after pepper spray exposure at a nightclub.
Don’t turn a blind eye to a blind eye.
Severe ocular insult is one potential casualty of airbag deployment.
Now many ODs are using steroids as a first-line therapy for allergic conjunctivitis.
What does obstructive sleep apnea have to do with eye care? A lot, actually.
You can’t afford to stay in the dark regarding these ocular and systemic side effects.
Dry eye can strike patients of any age.
Here’s a look at the best available options for treating a recurrent corneal erosion.
How does amniotic membrane implantation work?
There are countless reasons why new dry eye drugs have come up short in FDA testing.
The newer-generation topical fluoroquinolones are some of the most effective
antibiotics we’ve ever seen.
Another glaucoma patient presented with double vision.
Two case reports illustrate the visually devastating risks associated with using IV street drugs.
The debate over the use of corticosteroids for bacterial keratitis continues to rage.
This patient was already being managed for one ocular problem.
Some of these drugs might be unfamiliar now, but you may see them in topical drops soon.
Treatment options for Fuchs' have improved dramatically during the last two decades.
Allergy in children can be more difficult to diagnose and treat.
Will patients with ocular side effects soon hit your office?
Lucentis, Avastin or Eylea—what’s the difference?
We must familiarize ourselves with all available treatments for this hot topic.
Ortho-K can slow or even stop myopia progression in children.
When the meds we require aren't readily available, it’s time to get creative.
Don’t overlook the potential of OSD when treating POAG.
How to recognize and address Valsalva retinopathy.
Now, more than ever, is the time for optometry to embrace medical management.
A bipolar patient, on psychotropic meds, presented with vague visual complaints.
Supplementation along with a balanced diet will help protect patients against AMD.
When you are dealing with acute optic neuropathies, you are not looking at just one disease—but rather a spectrum of many subtypes. Understanding each one is the key to proper care.
Here’s how you can help break the vicious cycle of nocturnal lagophthalmos.
Today, we use topical NSAIDs for more than just postoperative pain management.
O.D.s play an important role in MS diagnosis and management.
Seasonal allergies are expected to start earlier this year; make sure you're prepared.
The cost savings of generic latanoprost may improve compliance, for example, but does the generic “equivalent” work as well as the brand-name drug?
remove foreign bodies and rust rings, even those located centrally.
Even if you don't perform injections in your office, you should know the different types of injections in eye care, and how they're performed.
In any patient with unexplained neurologic deficits, consider disease that damages the myelin sheath.
Resistance is futile… But, it happens anyway.
Are generic ophthalmic medications truly identical, lower-cost pharmaceutical options?