August 2013


Best Practices: Treating Wet AMD

How treatment approaches are evolving to combat this dreaded disease.

Settling on an Anti-VEGF Dosing Regimen

Current options include continuous treatment at a fixed interval, p.r.n. treatment, and the “treat and extend” strategy.

Treating DME: Laser, Anti-VEGF or Steroids?

Surgeons are still debating which option—or combination of options—makes the most sense.


Review News

Editor's Page

Technology Update

A First Look at the Trulign IOL

Tips and techniques for working with the first toric presbyopic intraocular lens approved in the United States.

Medicare Q & A

Essentials of Diagnostic Test Documentation

Diagnostic tests beyond eye exams: what constitutes an order; the difference between interpretation and report; and more.

Retinal Insider

Diagnosis and Treatment of BSRC

Birdshot retinochoroidopathy requires early therapy to limit damage, preserve vision and induce long-term remission.

Plastic Pointers

The Surgical Treatment Of the Aging Brow

Surgical browlift remains a powerful rejuvenative technique and can beautifully complement other facial cosmetic procedures.

Glaucoma Management

Trabeculectomy Postop: Staying on Track

With this procedure, the toughest challenges for the surgeon often occur after the surgery.

Therapeutic Topics

Acupuncture: A Dry-Eye Therapy?

This ancient medical art may have some usefulness for patients seeking alternative ways to treat their disease.

Refractive Surgery

How to Dodge Femto Flap Complications

Though these lasers have an excellent track record, surgeons need to be ready when something unwanted rears its head.

Research Review

Wills Eye Resident Case Series

Wills Eye Resident Case Series

After initial success with treatment for bacterial keratitis, a young man’s condition dertiorates, prompting a visit to the Cornea Service.