Visual Problems High in Acute Stroke Survivors

Impaired central vision followed by eye movement disorders impact this population the most.

Hospital Use and Costs Higher for Vision Loss Patients

Addressing difficulties nationwide could potentially bring $500 million in savings.

Subjective Vision Matters Most to Presbyopes

Satisfaction and stability are key predictors of patients’ willingness to purchase multifocal contact lenses.

Reading Drug Labels is Impossible For Emerging Presbyopes

For these patients, font sizes less than 1mm can’t be read at any distance.

Better Nutrition May Protect Against Amblyopia

Study says children with the condition could benefit from vitamin B12, folate.

Spotting the Telltale Signs of Plaquenil Toxicity

Subtle but characteristic alterations on OCT are often your first clue.

New Device Promises Speedy, Precise Refractions

Manufacturer Luneau says combining wavefront scanning with subjective testing saves time and improves prescriptions.

Computer Vision Syndrome: A Glaring Problem

Critical fusion frequency is a good indicator of this condition.

New Method Offers Alternative to Standard Automated Perimetry

An inexpensive eye tracker and a tablet computer are a feasible way to examine visual fields.

Cold Hands Can Cause Transient VF Impairment

Patients with glaucoma and Flammer syndrome may be at increased risk due to reduced ocular blood flow.

Upcoming Events

May 17-19, 2019

New Technologies & Treatments in Eye CareNashville, TN
Location: Gaylord Opry Resort & Convention Center
Program Chair: Paul Karpecki, OD, FAAO
Up to 18 CE Credits (COPE approval pending)
Register here

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.

Read PDF Edition - Read Digital Edition


Jobs Powered By Local Eye Site