February 2013


How to Do Biometry ‘On the Table’

Intraoperative aberrometry can help you get closer to your refractive target, surgeons say.

Refractive Surgeons Await Cross-linking

Surgeons are eager to offer keratoconus and ectasia patients a new option.

When Multifocal IOLs Need Corneal Surgery

In many cases a refractive touch-up is necessary to satisfy these patients. Here’s help getting it right.


Review News

Editor's Page

Technology Update

The New Reality of the LensAR Laser

A novel way of looking at the anterior chamber may result in accurate femtosecond laser cataract surgery.

Medicare Q & A

A Look at What You Should Know in 2013

A new year brings regulatory issues and changes to diagnostic and CPT codes, reimbursements, incentives and more.

Retinal Insider

Pneumatic Retinopexy: Its History & Its Future

One of the pioneers of a still controversial procedure reminisces about its origins and looks at its role in current practice.

Glaucoma Management

OCT and Glaucoma: Artifact Alert

As more glaucoma specialists rely on this technology, being aware of its limitations has become increasingly important.

Therapeutic Topics

Nobel Therapeutics And Ophthalmology

How the subject of Nobel-Prize-winning, landmark scientific research is making its way into our patients' eyes.

Cornea/Anterior Segment

Femtosecond Laser in Anterior Segment Surgery

A specialist shares his thought process for evaluating the patient and choosing the steps to restore a smooth cornea.

Refractive Surgery

The Multiple Sides Of Monovision

Experts discuss the best ways to select eligible patients and describe a new monovision procedure.

Product News

Research Review

Wills Eye Resident Case Series

Wills Eye Resident Case Series

Seeking a second opinion, a patient presents to Wills Eye with bilateral lower lid swelling, ‘bulging’ eyes and diplopia.