A very low intraocular pressure can have negative consequences when performing cataract surgery. Here's help.
Recent studies offer insight regarding whether or not to perform laser peripheral iridotomy on these patients.
This occasional side effect of trabeculectomy can undermine a patient's quality of life. Here's how to address it.
An experienced surgeon shares his strategies for achieving good short- and long-term outcomes.
Even when the outcome appears to be good, patients may complain of vision problems. These steps will help.
Preoperative, surgical and postoperative pearls to help ensure the best possible outcomes with these patients.
Determining the condition of the eye and the cause of any changes can be challenging in this situation. Here's help.
During a busy clinic day, it's easy to mistake an artifact for progression. See how many artifacts you can identify.
Many disadvantages associated with standard visual field testing may be eliminated using this novel technology.
These eyes present special challenges for the cataract surgeon. Here’s help.