March 15, 2010


Case Report

When Should You Treat EBMD with PTK?

Map-dot-fingerprint dystrophy may not be symptomatic. But if it is, learn when different treatment strategies are necessary.


Catch Up on Cosmetic Enhancements

For optometrists, the scope of cosmetic enhancement goes well beyond LASIK. Here’s an overview of several cosmetic procedures your patients are likely thinking about.

The Case for Comanaging with Other O.D.s

You can’t be all things to all patients. So, as the profession evolves, we must acknowledge and embrace other O.D.s’ provision of specialty care.

Contact Lenses

Simplify Fitting GP Lenses for KC and Other Ectasias

Once you diagnose keratoconus or a related condition, here’s how to fit the patient with lenses.

Diagnostic Technology

Is Imaging Now Standard of Care for Glaucoma?

More information means more responsibility. Imaging helps in management, but is not yet standard for diagnosis or determining progression.

Office Design

Office Design: Contest–Winning Style

It was a close race, but here are the winners of Review’s 2010 Office Design Contest.

Ophthalmic Lenses

Enter a New Age of Ophthalmic Lenses

Technological advances have created a new generation of customized lenses for your patients.

SECO Roundup

SECO 2010: Embracing the Generations

This year, courses at SECO focused on teaching attendees how to best care for patients of all generations.



Baby, It’s Cold Outside

What do you do during slow, boring snow days? Outside, it’s cold and snowy. Inside, it’s 2:15 p.m. … It’s always 2:15 p.m.

Clinical Quandaries

Severe Sector Signals Scleritis

An angry, painful, red eye can be difficult to diagnose and stubborn to treat. But quick, aggressive therapy will keep it from getting worse.

Coding Connection

Comanaged Care is Good Care

The patient’s well-being is the foremost factor in any comanagement arrangement.

Cornea and Contact Lens Q & A

Prosthetic Lenses Comfort Patients

Prosthetic contact lenses can make patients less self-conscious after a traumatic event—however, they can be hard to obtain and costly

Diagnostic Quiz

News Review


Come Together, Right Now ...

Lennon had the right idea when he brought The Beatles together. We have a great new idea of our own.

Product Review

Retina Quiz

Four Lines in 18 Months

This patient’s visual acuity dropped from 20/20 to 20/50 O.D. in 18 months. What is the likely cause of her acuity loss?

Review of Systems

The Cardiovascular System, Pt. 2

Atherosclerotic disease and other causes of vascular insufficiency may result in telltale ocular signs and symptoms.

Therapeutic Review

Take Care with Vesicare

Be aware of systemic medications that can elevate patients’ intraocular pressure.