Classifying Retinopathy Of Prematurity

Recently, researchers made changes to the way we classify the disease. Here’s what you need to know.

How to Manage Pediatric MGD

Though adults can also have meibomian gland dysfunction, the stakes can be higher in pediatric MGD.

Pediatric Ocular Trauma And the Pandemic

Kids being confined to quarters for a year or longer has affected the rates and kinds of trauma physicians are seeing.

Preop Considerations For Pediatric Glaucoma

Childhood glaucoma can be more serious than adult glaucoma, more challenging to diagnose and more difficult to treat.

How to Manage Pediatric Optic Neuritis

Though optic neuritis more commonly occurs in adult patients, it pays to be prepared for it in pediatric patients, as well.

Pearls In Pediatric Ocular Oncology

A brief review of diagnosis and treatment for these potentially life-threatening disorders.

How to Manage Pediatric Herpes Keratitis

Learn what makes cases of pediatric herpes keratitis unique—and use this knowledge to treat them appropriately.

The Many Faces of Coats’ Disease

Careful attention must be paid before and after the diagnosis of this mimicker of several ophthalmic diseases.

Telemedicine for ROP Screening

The population of premature infants is expected to grow. Telemedicine may help meet the demand for ROP screening.

How to Treat Persistent Fetal Vasculature

Successful treatment requires meticulous follow-up by pediatric ophthalmologists, and retina and contact lens specialists.