In-office Procedures: Prepare to Handle These Complications

The well-informed optometrist should be able to tackle most of these with relative ease.

Cataract Surgeons Differ on Complication Reporting

Study highlights patterns of disclosing certain conditions linked to gender, experience and practice setting.

Persistent Ptosis More Common After PPV

Compared with less invasive surgeries, this procedure may subject patients to greater risk, study finds.

Submacular Hemorrhage Occurs in Half of nAMD Patients

Fortunately, for the most part, the resultant negative outcomes seem to retract following at least 12 months of anti-VEGF treatment, research suggests.

Drug-related Endophthalmitis Cases Increase

Clinicians should maintain high suspicion when evaluating these patients.

ICU Patients’ Eyes at Risk

Enforcing new protocols would ward off exposure-related complications and subsequent ocular morbidity.

The Larry Alexander Resident Case Report Contest: Cloudy with a Chance of Retinopathy

Clinical findings and management of endophthalmitis.

Diplopia in GCA Signals Need for Follow-up

Though rare in these patients, double vision is often accompanied by serious symptoms worth investigating.

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