March 2020

Features

New Anti-VEGFs: Where Will They Fit?

New agents are touting longer durability and better drying effects.

MIGS and the Arc Of Glaucoma Care

Glaucoma experts weigh in on the impact of MIGS.

Technology Takes a Back Seat to Technique

Femto and intraop aberrometry level off, but Yamane captures surgeons’ interest.

Make Complications Disappear

In the first of a two-part series, surgeons share their bag of tricks for handling tough cataract cases.

Departments

Review News

Technology Update

Low-Vision Devices: The Overt and Covert

A look at four low-vision devices and some tips for modifying smartphones to help those with limited sight.

Medicare Q & A

How to Handle Noncovered Services

The only thing worse than performing a complicated procedure is performing a complicated procedure for free.

Retinal Insider

What’s Ahead for the Treatment of Dry AMD

A look at the drug therapies that may eventually bear fruit against a disease that has resisted previous attempts at treatment.

Refractive/Cataract Rundown

Finding Hyperopia’s Surgical Sweet Spot

Experts discuss how to meet the sometimes unrealistic expectations of today’s hyperopes.

Plastic Pointers

Managing Eyelid and Facial Spasms

Physicians break down the potential causes of spasms and the best way to approach their treatment.

Glaucoma Management

Measuring Postop IOP: Don’t Be Fooled

An expert describes how to get the most accurate intraocular pressure measurements after corneal surgery.

Research Review

Wills Eye Resident Case Series

March 2020 Wills Eye Resident Case Series

A woman with a history of headaches presents to Wills Eye Hospital with complaints of chronic double vision.

March 2020 Wills Eye Resident Case Series —Diagnosis & Discussion

A woman with a history of headaches presents to Wills Eye Hospital with complaints of chronic double vision.