December 15, 2005


Contact Lenses

Find the Finest Fit for Keratoconus

These cases demonstrate the art and science of fitting these patients, as well as those with pellucid marginal degeneration.

Low Vision

The Low Vision Cases I'll Never Forget

These four memorable cases had successful outcomes thanks to a simple but comprehensive six-step approach.

Patient Care

Put Your Patients on the Pyramid

Nearly two-thirds of Americans are overweight or obese. Use the new food pyramid to significantly impact your patients' overall health, including their ocular health.

Practice Management

Reward Your Staff to Build Your Practice

By setting financial goals for your practice, scheduling productive staff meetings and offering staff-incentive programs, you'll retain your current employees and grow financially.

Practice Profiles Part 3

See, Yo Hablo Español!

This O.D. learned Spanish to be more accessible to his growing community.


Four Solutions for Problematic Presbyopes

These four cases illustrate the importance of selecting the appropriate treatment for each of your presbyopic patients on an individual basis.



Wake Me Up Before You Logo

Every company needs a logo. Think of Kellogg's K. The Michelin Man. Nike's 'swoop.' Or, Review of Optometry's Chairside guy.

Clinical Quandaries

Flomax Fosters Floppy Iris

A drug that relaxes the smooth muscle in an enlarged prostate seems to have a similar effect on the iris, leading to prolapse during surgery.

Cornea and Contact Lens Q & A

Filamentary, Dear Optometrist

There are at least five elementary alternatives to using a bandage contact lens to treat filamentary keratitis.

Diagnostic Quiz

Letters to the Editor

Meetings and Conferences

News Review


This Holiday, Think Outside the Box

Looking for that perfect gift? The best ones you can offer can't be found at the mall or online but in the everyday practice of optometry.

Product Review

Therapeutic Review

Psolutions for Pseudomotor

Controversy surrounds the use of drugs to manage this condition. Yet, a few drugs can ameliorate the symptoms.