February 2019

Features

Counterpoint: SMILE vs. LASIK

LASIK: The Clear Choice

DMEK Success: Maintaining the Graft

Corneal transplant experts discuss avoiding trauma to the donor and heading off postop complications.

Point: SMILE vs. LASIK

A SMILE is My Greatest Asset

Topo-guided LASIK in Refractive Practice

If you’re willing to do the work, surgeons say your outcomes may be unprecedented.

Will We Ever Cure Dry Eye?

Many new therapies are being researched as treatment options for this complex condition.

Departments

Review News

Technology Update

Binocular Vision: Keeping It Together

New devices use the latest technology to evaluate and treat problems related to stereo visual acuity—and more.

Retinal Insider

First Look: A Head-Mounted OR Display

Surgeons with experience using a novel, prototype technology explain how it works.

Refractive/Cataract Rundown

Tips for Using the New Toric Visian

Phakic IOL users finally have a new option for treating their refractive-surgery patients who have astigmatism.

Plastic Pointers

Lid Laxity: Diagnosis And Management

Lax eyelid syndrome is linked to obstructive sleep apnea, so prompt diagnosis is crucial, says this physician.

Glaucoma Management

Exfoliation Syndrome And Systemic Risk

It’s clear that exfoliation affects parts of the body outside the eye; the question is whether that poses a danger to the patient.

Product News

Research Review

Wills Eye Resident Case Series

February 2019 Wills Eye Resident Case Series

A 10-year-old boy presents to the Wills emergency room with double vision.