July 2013


Cataract Surgery: The Oculoplastic Factor

Many conditions affecting the eyelid and orbit can increase the risks associated with cataract surgery. Here’s help managing them.

Meeting Expectations in Older Cataract Patients

It’s less about age, and more about attitude.

The Hidden Pitfalls of Postop Enhancements

How to manage patient expectations, choose a refractive target and improve vision.


Review News

Editor's Page

Technology Update

Breaking New Ground In Meibography

New options are making it easy to visualize the condition of a patient’s meibomian glands, with no patient discomfort.

Retinal Insider

Distinguishing Infection Post-Intravitreal Injection

The widespread use of anti-VEGF intravitreal injections makes early detection and treatment of postop complications crucial.

Glaucoma Management

Using Visual Fields to Predict Progression

Knowing which patients are at greatest risk is crucial to effective treatment. This new approach may help make that a reality.

Therapeutic Topics

ARVO Goes to the Emerald City

Highlights from the papers and posters of ARVO’s first foray outside of the balmy borders of Florida.

Refractive Surgery

Reports from the U.S. SMILE Study

A look at the U.S. trial for the new, all-femtosecond-laser refractive procedure performed with the Visumax laser.

Product News

Research Review

Wills Eye Resident Case Series

Wills Eye Resident Case Series

High myopia and nystagmus in a young child prompt a referral to the Wills Pediatric Ophthalmology and Ocular Genetics Department.