January 2022


Buckets of Obligations

Musings on life, ophthalmology and the practice of medicine.

Presbyopic IOLs in the Pipeline

In the quest for true accommodation, several companies are developing premium lenses that feature innovative design and technology.

E-Survey: New IOLs Begin To Take Root

Cataract surgeons who responded to our annual intraocular lens survey seem to be warming up to the latest additions to the premium-IOL armamentarium.

Managing CME After Cataract Surgery

Cystoid macular edema following cataract surgery is rare, but when it does occur, knowing what to do next is key.

Treating Glaucoma with OSD: Your Options

These two conditions can be challenging to treat when they occur together. Experts offer their advice.

What Makes a Good Chair of Ophthalmology?

There are many traits of an effective ophthalmology department chairperson: Does an NIH research grant have to be one of them?


Review News

Ophthalmic Product Development Insights

Editor's Page

Technology Update

Update: Monitoring Glaucoma at Home

As technology improves, self-monitoring by patients is becoming feasible.

Medicare Q & A

Medicare: What’s New For 2022

Important changes to different levels of CPT codes, Medicare reimbursement, MIPS and rules for facilities.

Glaucoma Management

Debating the Use of MicroPulse TLT

Could this technology benefit many relatively healthy eyes, not just those with advanced glaucoma? Two experts weigh in on the issue.

Wills Eye Resident Case Series

January 2022 Wills Eye Resident Case Series

A woman presents with a recent onset of decreased vision and burning in her eye.