The new normal demands new solutions. Here’s an overview of five tools that can help your practice transition and grow.
Although this hasn’t yet become the standard-of-care, more surgeons are finding it very helpful—and the best may lie ahead.
Neuro-ophthalmologists review two new drugs that can treat the ocular manifestations of giant cell arteritis and Graves’ disease.
Although handheld fundus cameras require close contact, they may still be viable for some clinics and teleophthalmology.
Finding ways to make the most of essential equipment that’s in limited supply calls for ingenuity. Here’s an update.
Telemedicine experts offer some tips for navigating distance doctoring during the pandemic.
Proponents say this technology is becoming more viable as a tool for surgeons working at the front of the eye.
A look at four low-vision devices and some tips for modifying smartphones to help those with limited sight.
Despite the availability of more high-tech options, manual LRIs can still be a useful way to address astigmatism.
Pupillary expansion rings aren’t Elven-made, but they are powerful tools for combating intraoperative miosis.