June 2013


Managing Narrow Angles and Glaucoma

This form of the disease may be more common than many clinicians realize. Here, experts provide a management update.

Medical Management Continues Evolution

New topical glaucoma medications and delivery systems are on the horizon.

MIGS and the General Ophthalmologist

What you need to know about the minimally invasive surgical options for glaucoma.


Review News

Editor's Page

Technology Update

Grading the Ocular Surface with the iPod

How a group of corneal specialists constructed an effective way to image the ocular surface without breaking the bank.

Medicare Q & A

Unanticipated Issues Implementing EHRs

A new survey suggests that electronic health records can affect productivity and introduce new errors in patient charts.

Retinal Insider

AIR Presents a True Diagnostic Challenge

The clinical features of automimmune retinopathy overlap with a number of other retinal degenerative disorders.

Glaucoma Management

Ahmed, Baerveldt or Something Else?

Data comparing the popular glaucoma shunts continues to come in—and new surgical options show promise as well.

Pediatric Patient

Managing Periocular Capillary Hemangioma

Though benign, these lesions can have significant systemic and ocular consequences and require early intervention.

Therapeutic Topics

Alternative Therapy: Good, Bad or TBD?

Natural therapies may have some benefit for patients, but it pays to be aware of what can go wrong, as well.

Refractive Surgery

ASCRS Surgeons Sidestep Ectasia

The results of the 2012 ASCRS Refractive Surgery Survey show a marked decrease in ectasia cases.

Product News

Research Review

Wills Eye Resident Case Series

Wills Eye Resident Case Series

A ‘swollen’ eye and three-month history of blurred vision precede a patient’s visit for a second opinion from the Wills Eye Retina Service.