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Detecting and Managing Multifocal Vitelliform Dystrophy

Multifocal vitelliform dystrophy (MVD) is a clinically and genetically heterogeneous retinal disease that presents as bilateral multiple yellow lesions within the posterior pole, which is caused by subretinal accumulation of vitelliform material. The age of onset is highly variable, ranging from five to 59 years old, and common symptoms include blurry vision and central metamorphopsia. Previously reported cases of multifocal vitelliform lesions have been described as raised yellow lesions located near the macula, along the retinal vascular arcades or adjacent to the optic nerve.

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Doing More With Less

How the eyecare community is addressing donor tissue shortages for corneal transplants.
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Flood Zone

Lacrimal duct obstruction leaves tears with no drainage mechanism, leading to epiphora.
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From Basics To Biologics: Selecting Drops For Every Dry Eye Patient

The amount of eye drops available can make selection overwhelming for a doctor (let alone a patient). Let’s explore some favorites and clarify when they are most appropriate. We will also simplify when it makes sense to turn to biological drops in the management of DED.
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Gaining Ground on Geographic Atrophy

We break down this complex disease, discussing the promising treatments in the pipeline and how to identify those at-risk intermediate AMD patients.

 
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July 15, 2022

Features

Taking the Lead on Glaucoma

ODs in every US state can now manage this common condition. Here’s how to direct the delivery of care in your community.

MIGS on the Move

A decade after their debut, these procedures now dominate the surgical sphere. Which options are most popular today, and where do ODs fit into the clinical picture?

On the Threshold: New VF Testing Tech

This exciting development has numerous potential possibilities for improving optometric care.

Prepping for the Glaucoma Grind

Once in your care, people with this disease become lifelong patients. Learn how to best accommodate the ongoing needs of those in the advanced stage.

Vital Dyes for Dry Eyes

We break down the several staining patterns associated with various ocular conditions and how to interpret each one.

Departments

Answers in the Angiography

These case findings could signal more than just a retinal condition.

Born This Way

When a patient describes a longstanding and gradually worsening issue, what type of disease should you consider?

HSVK Reoccurrence and Risk of Resistance

The more episodes a patient has, the less likely they may be to respond to antivirals due to prolonged treatment.

In Need of a Fill-up

This patient’s older age and scattered blot hemorrhages led to the diagnosis.

Leveling Up in Glaucoma

ODs everywhere can treat it medically. More should master the basics now as the profession readies a jump to the next plateau.

Pilocarpine: New and Improved?

The drug recently re-emerged as an option for presbyopia.

Post-Vacation High

Here’s what you can take away from my recent trip to Italy.

Power Trio

Three promising new therapeutics look to dramatically change dry eye disease management.

Two-for-one Deal

When encountering bilateral macular lesions, think about retinal dystrophies, but keep other conditions in mind.

VR Meets VF

The newest consumer technology stands ready to reinvent one of our oldest clinical tests.

E-Newsletters

Practice Pearls

Expert clinician Paul Karpecki, OD, provides practical insights and management strategies for a wide array of ocular conditions.

OCCRS E-Newsletter

A quarterly e-newsletter by Optometric Cornea, Cataract and Refractive Society (OCCRS) covering the latest information on cornea, cataract and refractive surgery, comanagement and leading technologies.

Optometric Retina Society E-Newsletter

Keep up to date on the latest research and clinical findings in retinal disease care with this quarterly publication from the ORS.

Optometric Physician E-Journal

A weekly e-journal edited by Art Epstein, OD, featuring incisive commentary, timely research summaries and late-breaking news.

Continuing Education

July 2022 • 2.00 Credits

MIGS on the Move

April 2022 • 2.00 Credits

Piecing Together the HSVK Puzzle

Additional Publications

Review of Cornea & Contact Lenses

May/June 2022
Women in Optometry

Women In Optometry continues to be published online, with regular updates on practice design, practice success, news, trends and perspectives. Visit womeninoptometry.com.

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