Clinical Quandaries

Don’t Bet on Red

Know how to use OCT data to decide whether a patient truly has glaucoma.
03/15/2019

Making the Grade

Type A personalities can get an F if their treatment expectations are not kept in check.
02/15/2019

Caramel Eyes

Corneal burns aren’t that common, but be prepared to identify and treat them.
01/15/2019

The Plot Thickens

If things are not what they seem, follow your intuition and explore all options.
12/15/2018

Widefield Tech Not a Solo Act

Don’t get complacent with ultra-wide imaging alone; remember to dilate and avoid trouble.
11/20/2018

Buckle Down

Recognize the situations when a surgeon would consider using scleral buckle procedures.
10/15/2018

Mission: Uncorrectable

When a patient can’t achieve 20/20 vision, give it your all to find a solution.
09/15/2018

Playing the Field

Keep an open mind when dealing with tricky neuro cases.
08/15/2018

If It’s Not One Thing It’s Another

When a cataract patient presents with unexpected DME, the case becomes a balancing act. Here’s how to handle the situation.
06/15/2018

A Calculated Risk

Not every patient will succeed with presbyopic IOLs, but judicious patient selection and education can help you improve their chances.
05/15/2018

Upcoming Events

April 11-13, 2019

New Technologies & Treatments in Eye Care—San Diego
Location: Manchester Grand Hyatt
Program Chair: Paul Karpecki, OD, FAAO
Up to 19 CE Credits (COPE approval pending)
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April 13-14, 2019

16th Annual OCCRS Educational Symposium
Location: Manchester Grand Hyatt
Program Chair: David Friess, OD, FAAO
Up to 10 CE Credits (COPE approval pending)
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May 17-19, 2019

New Technologies & Treatments in Eye CareNashville, TN
Location: Gaylord Opry Resort & Convention Center
Program Chair: Paul Karpecki, OD, FAAO
Up to 18 CE Credits (COPE approval pending)
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