Cornea and Contact Lens Q and A

Fungal Frenzy

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

Pregnant Pause

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

Herpes Helper

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

Be a Pro at Boston KPro

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

How to Stop Hydrops

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

Will Epi-on Take Off?

The challenges of crosslinking an intact cornea.

Cataract Qualms

Diabetic patients, more at risk for surgery complications, can benefit from these considerations.

A Reason to SMILE?

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

Picking a Procedure

Previous surgeries can complicate what operation works best for patients with endothelial dysfunction.

Contact Contaminators

Acanthamoeba infections can be easily combated with stringent contact lens wear and care routines.

Upcoming Events

June 19, 2024

Showcasing Inflammation and IOP Control
Location: The Palm Nashville, TN
Presenters: Nora Lee Cothran, OD, and Walter Whitley, OD, MBA
Time: 6:15pm CT

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June 20, 2024

Current Thinking in Dry Eye Disease: Contemporary Perspectives on a Complex Condition
Location: Morton's The Steakhouse, Nashville, TN
Presenters: David Kading, OD, and Jessilin Quint, OD
Program: 7
:00pm CT

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June 21, 2024

SYFOVRE (pegcetacoplan injection) What every OD should know
Location: Morton's The Steakhouse, Nashville, TN
Presenters: Steven Ferrucci, OD, and Lucas Lindsell, OD, MD
Presentation: 7:00pm CT

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