April 15, 2006


Case Report

When Herpes Simplex Won't Go Away

Keratouveitis in this 84-year-old male required aggressive treatment.

Patient Care

Lessons on Lupus in the Eye

Systemic lupus erythematosus involves several ocular manifestations. Learn what you should look for in examinations.

Are Your Patients Hurting Themselves?

Self-inflicted traumatic lesions around the face and eyelids are unusual and often overlooked. But, at times, they should be part of your differential diagnosis.



Lost and Found in Atlanta

'Lost and found' describes my faith in humanity. After I lost my wallet at SECO, I found out that there are truly good people in this world.

Clinical Quandaries

Comanagement Under Fire

A new bill in Georgia reminds us that comanagement can be taken away. In response, we must continue grassroots action to educate legislators.

Cornea and Contact Lens Q & A

Dry Eye Gone Awry

A patient presents with severe dry eye two years after LASIK. What are her options?

Diagnostic Quiz

Glaucoma Grand Rounds

Does This Man Have Glaucoma?

A middle-aged ocular hypertensive seems to be converting to glaucoma. But a newly developed risk calculator implies otherwise.

Letters to the Editor

Meetings and Conferences

News Review

Judge Halts N.C. Kids' Vision Law

Meanwhile, politicians are demanding the resignation of house speaker Jim Black, O.D.

Knowledge is Power

Critics of increased scope of practice might argue that knowledge is power. But on behalf of a publication that seeks to educate, I'd assert that ignorance is far more dangerous.

Product Review

Retina Quiz

Only Seeing Eye Loses Vision

What caused peripapillary atrophy and other unusual fundus findings in the patient's right eye, and how can we prevent further vision loss?

Therapeutic Review

Don'tr Get Burned

Identify products that can cause chemical harm, so you can thwart pain and preclude serious complications.