Research Update

The Legacy of AREDS

AREDS-2 raised eyebrows, but could also open doors to ‘pharmaco­genomics’ and more meaningful use of personalized genetic testing.
03/15/2014

CXL: The Missing Link?

Can corneal collagen crosslinking expand the refractive surgery market? The simple answer is 'yes.' But there's a little more to it than that.
11/15/2013

A Test Drug For Sub-retinal Fluid

INS37217 may one day prevent vision loss from various retinal conditions. By BRETT J. KING, O.D.
01/14/2002

It’s Like LASIK, Only with an ‘E’

This new refractive laser surgery provides more options for interested patients. By PAUL M. KARPECKI, O.D.
12/05/2001

Protect Your PC From Viruses

These three steps will prevent hackers from invading your computer.
11/12/2001

Who's Winning, the Bugs or the Drugs?

New antibiotic weapons aid our attack in the war on bugs.
11/02/2001

PTK's Treatment Breakthroughs

Phototherapeutic keratectomy expands options for corneal disorders.
08/31/2001

Researchers’ Read On Topography

How accurate a picture can you get of the cornea? Here’s what the literature says about two units.
08/07/2001

The Next Thing for Astigmatism

CK utilizes radio waves for correcting hyperopia and astigmatism.
07/19/2001

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August 14, 2024

The 3 I's of Geographic Atrophy: Imaging, Identification, and Intervention
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August 20, 2024

Rethinking Dry Eye Disease: A Contemporary Approach to a Complex Condition
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September 8, 2024

Ocular Surface Symposium
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