Here is your roundup of what made top news in 2016!
A 59-year-old otherwise healthy man presented with an acute-onset diffuse rash involving over 90% of his body surface area, including oral, genital, and ocular mucosal involvement. Initial ophthalmic examination was notable for development of extensive corneal epithelial defects in both eyes as well as conjunctival sloughing and pseudomembrane formation.
Adding the corneal inlay into a general or refractive surgery practice can be a great benefit to patients and the practice when done correctly.
Photorefractive intrastromal cross-linking is being developed for non-invasive correction of low refractive errors.