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July 15, 2015



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In the Eye of The Beholder: Aesthetic Procedures for the Periocular Area 

Do you know how to talk to your patients about this important, but often overlooked, area?

Glaucoma Report

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An OD’s Guide to Glaucoma Surgery 

How will surgery impact how optometrists monitor and treat?
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Glaucomatocyclitic Crisis: A Not-So-Benign Disease? 

How to recognize and manage this potentially devastating condition. 
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More Than Meds: Treating Glaucoma in the Real World 

Focusing on patient quality of life is key to disease management.


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Omega-3s: What They Can Do for You 

Whether you agree or disagree with the claims, make sure you know the science.

Optometric Study Center

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The Structure-Function Junction 

Improve your glaucoma diagnostic abilities by looking beyond the OCT.

Practice Management

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‘I Think I’m Getting Audited!’ 

Understand the process and avoiding the red flags of an audit.
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Is Your Medical Model Working? 

Billing and reimbursements are critical, but training, equipment and referrals are also key.


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Why So Serious? 

You can still have some old-fashioned fun the office—even without an Old Fashioned in your hand.

Clinical Quandaries

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Opening the Vault 

A recently implanted collamer lens is causing a patient’s eye pain. How can the optometrist address it?

Cornea and Contact Lens Q & A

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Scars: Not All Doom and Gloom 

Does an Acanthamoeba infection mean the end for a successful LASIK procedure?

Diagnostic Quiz

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Season of the Itch 

Red, itchy, eyes for three months and Pataday. What's your diagnosis?

Editor's Page

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Beyond the Numbers 

Treat the patient, not the pressure, glaucoma experts remind practitioners.

Neuro Clinic

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Sixth Nerve Palsy Prompts a Surprising Diagnosis 

Delayed onset of symptoms made this diagnosis tough.

News Review

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In the News 

Here is a snapshot of what's happening in the industry.
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Infant’s Visual Searching Associated with Later Autism Symptoms 

Study supports evidence that perception and attention are more important than previously believed.
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Lymphatic System, Brain Linked 

Research overturns decades of teaching, allowing clinicians to approach neuro-immune interactions mechanistically.
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MRI Reveals EKC Inflammation 

The conjunctival surface isn’t the only location for inflammation in epidemic keratoconjunctivitis. 

Ocular Surface Review

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Finding MGD in DED 

Are you specifically looking for meibomian gland dysfunction? You should be, and here’s why.

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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The Rare Case of Uneven Steven 

Using fundus and SD-OCT images, what can you say about this patient’s optic nerve?

Review of Systems

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Act FAST With Stroke 

Stroke is the fifth leading cause of death in the United States. Blur, visual field loss and diplopia may be presenting signs.

Surgical Minute

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Postoperative String of Pearls 

Addressing these issues could make the difference between 20/happy and 20/unhappy.

Therapeutic Review

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The EAGLE Has (Not Yet) Landed 

Optometry may be on the brink of discovering new treatments for chronic angle closure glaucoma.
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