Review of Cornea

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June 15, 2015


Slit Lamp Essentials

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‘Capping Off’ Cataract Surgery 

Posterior capsular opacification is the most common complication of cataract surgery. Here’s how this quick and effective procedure is performed.

Case Report

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‘Doctor, I Have Mountains in My Eyes’ 

Suspicious retinal lesions indicate idiopathic sclerochoroidal calcification.

Diagnostic Technology

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Imaging the Choroid? There's an App for That 

EDI-OCT technology brings this structure into focus.


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Final Sale: Avoiding Glass Checks 

Glass checks can be frustrating. Here are 12 strategies to keep patients happy.

Optometric Study Center

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Know Your Retinal Breaks, Tears and Holes 

Learn to better recognize posterior segment damage and minimize patient risk.

Retina Report

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The Road to Retinal Wellness 

Optometrists can protect vision by talking about a healthy lifestyle. 


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All Boxed In 

I’m drowning in half-empty contact lens boxes. It’s time I take control, consequences be damned.

Clinical Quandaries

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Hazed and Confused 

What’s causing this patient’s neovascularization and corneal haze?

Coding Connection

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The Future of Retinal Imaging 

Better technology improves care, but coding and reimbursement are slow to catch up.

Cornea and Contact Lens Q & A

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Battle of the Bands 

Knowing the possible reasons behind the resurgence of this common corneal disease is half the battle.

Diagnostic Quiz

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Waiting is the Hardest Part 

Spots and vision loss in the right eye. What's the diagnosis?

Editor's Page

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Optometry’s Power Trio 

With our annual disease guide, Drs. Sowka, Kabat and Gurwood take center stage.

Focus on Refraction

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A Prism Disaster 

Diplopia, headaches and blurry near vision made homework a chore for this young man.

Glaucoma Grand Rounds

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The Shoemaker’s Plea 

An acquaintance asks your opinion on a patient you’ve never seen. 

Letters to the Editor

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A Good Catch, Myopia and Traumatic Cataracts 

ODs respond to recent articles and columns. See what they have to say.

News Review

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Calcium Supplements Associated with Increased Prevalence of AMD 

Taking more than 800mg of supplementary calcium a day may increase AMD risk.
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Dyslexia Study Raises Ire of Eye Docs 

The results were expected, but the implication has upset some ODs.
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In the News 

Here is a snapshot of what's happening in the industry.
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Lens Wearers Have More Demodex 

Using confocal microscopy, investigators found Demodex in 90% of lens wearers
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New Insights into The Treatment of Diabetic Retinopathy 

Blocking a newly identified protein could help boost the effectiveness of anti-VEGF injections for these patients.

Product Review

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Product Review 

A look at some of the latest product offerings in eye care.

Retina Quiz

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A Yellow Polka-Dotted Retina 

Can this patient’s fundus exam reveal the cause of his visual distortion?

Surgical Minute

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Crystal Clear Results 

Keep these post-op concerns in mind to ensure Crystalens patients have good outcomes.

Therapeutic Review

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Undercover Ophthalmic Agents 

You can still keep up on the latest up-and-coming drugs.

Urgent Care

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Doin’ the Dilation Lag 

Patients with emergency presentations may not recognize the signs of Horner’s syndrome, but you can, using these clinical pearls.
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