January 2007


Case Report

Did OCT Help Diagnose VMTS?

Optical coherence tomography revealed a tuft of vitreoretinal tissue. The resulting traction dramatically disrupted the patient’s foveal architecture.

Contact Lenses

Contact Lens Wear On the Job

Recommendations have changed regarding how appropriate contact lenses are in different work environments.

Ophthalmic Lenses

Professional Pearls For Fitting PALs

Here are some tips you need to know to properly fit your patients’ progressive lenses.

SECO Preview

SECO International 2007

With targeted sessions, workshops and specialized education tracks, SECO 2007 will certainly have what you are looking for and more.



Attack of the Dust Bunnies

When your patient is stuck to the chin rest of your slit lamp, take it as a sign: It is time to clean up your office, doctor.

Cornea and Contact Lens Q & A

Zeroing in on Keratoconus

Recent research on aquaporin deficiencies indicates a genetic component to this disease.

Diagnostic Quiz

Letters to the Editor

Meetings and Conferences

News Review


When the Trouble is Double

You can’t be too careful when prescribing medications for pregnant and nursing women, infants and children.

Product Review

Retina Quiz

Lesion Has Patient Worried

This recent immigrant reports poor vision in her left eye and the presence of a suspicious lesion.

Therapeutic Review

Which Way to Treat GCA?

Explore the Therapeutic Conundrum of a Devastating Disease