October 2013


Can Treating Dry-Eye Boost Your Bottom Line?

New technologies and the proper approach may tip the balance between the extra chair time required and extra profits.

Dry-Eye Diagnosis: 21st-Century Tools

As technology advances, our ability to uncover and monitor the disease continues to improve.

Meeting the Challenge Of Fungal Keratitis

Cornea experts provide tips and techniques for dealing with these difficult infections.


Review News

Editor's Page

Technology Update

Better Outcomes Through Technology

A computer with an Internet connection can give you access to powerful tools for learning more about your results.

Letters to the Editor

Medicare Q & A

Reimbursement Issues with Lasering Floaters

Most vitreous floaters do not require treatment, but for those that do, knowing the appropriate CPT codes is a necessity.

Retinal Insider

Gene Therapy for Retinal Diseases

The eye represents a unique target organ for gene therapy. Here’s a look at some of the current avenues of research.

Glaucoma Management

The Forgotten Piece in the Compliance Puzzle

Getting your glaucoma patients to come in as recommended may be just as important as proper medication use.

Therapeutic Topics

The Modern Wisdom of Clinical Models

How models of disease, carried out in the clinic, can yield useful information about an ailment and treatments for it.

Refractive Surgery

The Dos and Don’ts of Phakic Lens Implants

These lenses can give excellent results in selected patients, but there’s both an art and a science to their implantation.

Wills Eye Resident Case Series

Wills Eye Resident Case Series

A contact lens wearer develops a corneal ulcer that is nonresponsive to multiple therapies.