August 2014


Increasing Options to Treat Vein Occlusion

First-line treatment is typically an anti-VEGF agent. If that is inadequate, steroids can be initiated, either in combination with the anti-VEGF agent or alone.

Maximizing the Benefits of Anti-VEGF

Experts discuss how the options compare, how they can most effectively be used and what’s in the pipeline.

The Critical Driver of Success: Physician Time

Balance sheets and income statements are yesterday’s tools, says this ophthalmic practice veteran.

The Devil’s in the Distant Details

Wide-field angiography systems can help catch peripheral ischemic areas that portend worsening disease.


Review News

Editor's Page

Technology Update

Ocular Sealants and Glues in Review

A look at the ways ophthalmologists use sealants and glues, and where the newly approved ReSure sealant fits in.

Medicare Q & A

A Delay for ICD-10– Now What?

A one-year delay in ICD-10 implementation brings up many questions for doctors and health-care organizations.

Retinal Insider

Multimodal Imaging in Plaquenil Toxicity

Advanced imaging techniques may lead to timely diagnosis and more effective treatment of hydroxychloroquine-related toxicity.

Glaucoma Management

The Fluid Wave: Evaluating Canal Surgery

Creating an episcleral venous fluid wave during canal surgery can help surgeons predict the likelihood of success.

Therapeutic Topics

A Close Look at Pseudoexfoliation

This disease is linked to vision loss, hearing loss and cataract. Learning more about it may help lead to better treatments.

Refractive Surgery

The Keys to Multifocal IOL Centration

How surgeons are meeting the challenge of obtaining the sharpest vision for their multifocal lens patients.

Wills Eye Resident Case Series

August 2014 Wills Eye Resident Case Series

Not long after a minor accident, a young man presents with swelling and tenderness in his cheek and concurrent tearing.