Urgent Care

Getting Hosed

Blunt trauma can leave major damage. But optometrists can learn to treat and monitor to minimize long-term issues.
05/16/2019

Young, Elderly at Risk for Ocular Toxin Exposure

Poison control centers handle thousands of calls each year for these emergencies.
04/02/2019

A Stroke of Bad Luck

By the time you see this, it may be too late to save vision, but your responsibility doesn’t end there.
03/15/2019

Anaphylaxis in Your Exam Lane

When a patient is gasping for air, will you be prepared?
01/15/2019

Hydrops it Like it’s Hot

If you can quickly resolve edema in these cases, you’ll reduce the need for a transplant.
11/20/2018

The Many Hats of Herpes

This virus can present in a variety of ways. Here, we enumerate them.
09/15/2018

A Bloody Mess

A game of racquetball goes wrong when a player winds up with a case of traumatic hyphema.
07/15/2018

Is Conservative the Way to Go For Blowout Fractures?

These patients have the potential for spontaneous improvement, making the case for a cautious treatment approach.
05/25/2018

What Lies Beneath

Thickness is a bad thing when it signifies this underdiagnosed condition.
05/15/2018

Acting on an Epidemic

Here’s how to approach the clinical diagnosis and management of EKC.
03/15/2018

Upcoming Events

2019 Conference Planner

Review of Optometry is pleased to offer this annual guide to live educational events for this year, ranging from local one-day seminars to the national meetings that span multiple days.

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