December 15, 2016

Features

Annual Surgery Report

Comanaging Cataract Surgery Complications

Know how to differentiate between conditions that may arise after extraction.

Go Thin for the Win: A Review of Endothelial Keratoplasty

New techniques may be on the verge of becoming common practice, but sometimes the preference depends on the patient.

The Evolution of Cataract Surgery

Femtosecond lasers and premium IOLs are just a few innovations clinicians are excited to discuss with cataract patients.

Diabetes

Teleretinal Imaging for Diabetic Retinopathy

Think remote screening doesn’t apply to your practice? Think again.

Dry Eye

Better Target Dry Eye with Three Easy Tests

These simple tests can help you catch a significant amount of DED cases.

Income Survey

2016 Salary Survey: Things are Looking Up

They say if you do what you love, you will never work a day in your life. According to our annual survey, that rings true for many optometrists.

Systemic Health

Seeing Stars: How to Diagnose and Manage Migraine

Be prepared to help patients with non-emergent, yet painful and potentially debilitating, migraines.

Departments

Chairside

Get Online or Get Lost

Even your grandma has a Facebook account these days. Isn’t it time you finally became a real doctor, according to the internet?

Clinical Quandaries

Haunted By History

A patient who sought a second opinion reveals telltale findings and a history of scleral buckle.

Coding Connection

What The MIPS is Going On?

ACA or no ACA, a reimbursement system based on quality is on its way.

Diagnostic Quiz

Getting Off Track

An 11-year-old with some blur in his left eye presents for his first eye exam.

Focus on Refraction

Little Occlusion Goes a Long Way

Often, the simplest method of improving diplopia immediately following stroke is the most effective.

Glaucoma Grand Rounds

She Who Snoozes, Loses

A noncompliant glaucoma patient suffers progressive damage, yet is ‘surprised’ by my concern.

News Review

News Review

Smoking | FTC Changes | Thyroid Eye Disease | Diabetes

Outlook

The Best is Yet to Come

Our 125th anniversary year ends with a farewell to the past and a bold embrace of the future.

Product Review

Product Review

Diagnostic Technology | Contact Lenses | Pharmaceuticals | Surgical Comanagement

Surgical Minute

Corneas in The Crosshairs

Patients with keratoconus and corneal ectasia have a new treatment option in the United States.

Therapeutic Review

A New Way to Treat GCA?

The first advancement in 50 years for a blinding disease.

Urgent Care

A Cut Above the Rest

Distinguish yourself by mastering the evaluation and management techniques of eyelid lacerations.