Therapeutic Review

Expert advice on choosing and using ophthalmic medications. By Jessica Steen, OD

There and MAC Again

Optometrists need a roadmap when dealing with the potential spectrum of conditions these bacteria can cause.

No Pressure, Really

Here’s how I found myself experiencing hypotony—and why this rare complication of intravitreal injection should be on our radar.

What’s Bugging You?

This easy method for microbial identification can assist management.


Be careful when handling milkweed, as incidents in the garden can lead to vision loss

One Last Time

Inflammation from dacryocystitis can be a minor nuisance.

End-of-Day GCA

Cooperative care enhances outcomes in patients who present with this condition.

Hurt Feelings

Lack of pain and decreased corneal sensation can signal problems.

Not-So-Simple Simplex

Science and strategy are needed to manage HSV epithelial keratitis and prevent deeper penetration.

Herpes Hurts

Temporal pain often portends this condition, so learn how to best manage it.

Down in the Basement

Numerous options exist to ameliorate symptoms and visually rehabilitate eyes with corneal dystrophies.

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September 22-24, 2023

New Technologies & Treatments in Eye Care—Philadelphhia, PA
Location: The Westin Philadelphia
Program Chair: Paul Karpecki, OD, FAAO

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September 27, 2023

Showcasing Inflammation and IOP Control
Location: Canaletto, Las Vegas, NV
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October 3, 2023

Addressing a Major Gap in the Treatment of Dry Eye Disease
Location: Virtual
Presenters: Damon Dierker, OD, and Jennifer Loh, MD
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