Diagnostics

Bullseye

A 57-year-old reports following blunt trauma to his left eye caused by a falling 2x4. How would you approach diagnosis?
04/15/2017

Product Review

Lens Technology | Diagnostic Technology
04/15/2017

Scrambling For a Diagnosis

Combining old and new images may explain this patient’s vision loss.
04/15/2017

Imaging for Unilateral Proptosis

Clinical findings alone won’t always be enough to make the diagnosis. Here’s advice on radiologic testing and what it may reveal.
04/15/2017

Tonometry: To Dye For?

Even fundamental techniques deserve skepticism and reinvention.
04/15/2017

A Sticky Situation

A 25-year-old presents to the office complaining of a red, irritated right eye. How would you approach diagnosis?
03/15/2017

Protect Yourself From Medicolegal Risk

Even the best practitioners run the risk of being sued. Here’s how you can avoid a suit—and survive if it does happen.
03/15/2017

Red Disease: Is it Haunting Your Glaucoma Diagnoses?

New imaging modalities are game-changers for glaucoma care, but beware of false positives.
03/15/2017

Condensing Lenses: Sharpen Your Skills in Choosing and Using

These devices remain vital to everyday practice. Are you making the most of them?
03/15/2017

Point-Counterpoint: Ultra-Widefield Imaging vs. Dilated Funduscopy

A dilated exam is the standard of care—but is it always practical?
03/15/2017

Upcoming Events

June 8-11, 2017

New Technologies and Treatments in Eye Care
Location: Disney’s Yacht and Beach Club, Orlando, FL
Program Chair: Paul Karpecki, OD, FAAO 
Up to 18 CE credits (COPE approved)
Register here

November 3-5, 2017

New Technologies & Treatments in Eye Care
Location: Loews Philadelphia Hotel, Philadelphia, PA
Program Chair: Paul Karpecki, OD, FAAO
Up to 19 CE Credits (COPE approval pending)
Registration opens April 2017

Jobs

Jobs Powered By Local Eye Site