Cornea and Contact Lens Q and A

Fungal Frenzy

Certain species have more recently been studied for their responsiveness to nonconventional forms of therapies.
02/15/2024

Pregnant Pause

In expectant mothers, the possibility of temporary ocular changes can complicate prescribing and diagnosis.
10/11/2023

Herpes Helper

Oral antivirals are safe and resistance is low, but immunosuppressed patients may need IV versions in severe cases.
09/15/2023

Be a Pro at Boston KPro

Post-op management of this prosthesis can be boiled down to just two main components.
08/15/2023

How to Stop Hydrops

With no standard for potential contributing factors, ODs can at least look out for these observed relationships.
07/15/2023

Will Epi-on Take Off?

The challenges of crosslinking an intact cornea.
06/15/2023

Cataract Qualms

Diabetic patients, more at risk for surgery complications, can benefit from these considerations.
03/15/2023

A Reason to SMILE?

The presence of dry eye complicates a patient’s prospects for refractive surgery. Which procedure is the better option?
01/15/2023

Picking a Procedure

Previous surgeries can complicate what operation works best for patients with endothelial dysfunction.
11/15/2022

Contact Contaminators

Acanthamoeba infections can be easily combated with stringent contact lens wear and care routines.
10/15/2022

Upcoming Events

February 28, 2024

The Anti-evaporative Piece of the Dry Eye Rx Eye Drop Puzzle
Location: Morton's The Steakhouse
Presenter: Paul M. Karpecki, OD
Presentation
: 7:00pm ET

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February 29, 2024

Showcasing Inflammation and IOP Control
Location: Ruth's Chris Steak House
Presenter: Michael Chaglasian, OD
Presentation
: 7:15pm ET

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March 6, 2024

Addressing a Major Gap in the Treatment of Dry Eye Disease
Location: Virtual
Presenters:  Jennifer Loh, MD, and Damon Dierker, OD
Webinar: 7:00pm ET

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