July 2020

Features

Make the Most Of Your SMILE

An expert SMILE surgeon shares his experience now that the procedure has been available for a while.

A Mix-and-Match Comeback?

Some surgeons are rediscovering that a blended IOL approach may be a good option for increasing a patient’s range of vision.

Glaucoma: When Visual Fields & OCT Disagree

Conflicting data is a common occurrence. Surgeons offer their advice on how to proceed.

Regenerative Medicine In Ophthalmology

Revolutionary therapies are being evaluated for their ability to treat a variety of conditions, from AMD to congenital degenerations.

Departments

Review News

Technology Update

10 Practical Problems During the Pandemic

Doctors share their solutions for 10 pandemic-related practical problems you’ll likely encounter.

Medicare Q & A

New Mid-Year Codes And Regulations

July is here and that means some mid-year updates from Medicare take effect. Here’s what you need to know.

Refractive/Cataract Rundown

Removing Hard Cataracts Safely

A group of surgeons in India uses a novel technique to reduce endothelial cell damage and postop corneal edema.

Plastic Pointers

Oculoplastics Surgery and The Pandemic

Surgeons address the particular issues faced by oculoplastics specialists during practice shutdowns and gradual reopenings.

Glaucoma Management

Fixing a Wayward Trabeculectomy Bleb

Bleb failure is fairly common over time, but a number of techniques can help you return many blebs to functionality.

Pediatric Patient

Electronic Device Use in The Time of COVID-19

The use of devices among kids is increasing during the lockdown, but what are the long-term effects?

Wills Eye Resident Case Series

July 2020 Wills Eye Resident Case Series

A middle-aged woman turns to Wills Eye Hospital for help with unexplained ocular swelling.

July 2020 Wills Eye Resident Case Series —Diagnosis & Discussion

A middle-aged woman turns to Wills Eye Hospital for help with unexplained ocular swelling.