Laird Harrison



Ophthalmologists called upon to help impaired colleagues

Ophthalmologists must take an active role in preventing impaired colleagues from hurting patients, according to Terri Pickering, MD.

Irregular corneas pose challenges for toric IOLs

Managing repeat transplant failure

When considering the Boston type 1 keratoprosthesis as the evidence-based procedure of choice for managing cornea graft failure, superior visual outcomes must be weighed against greater risk of sight-threatening complications.

Ten-year data promising in combined CXL approach for keratoconus

January 01, 2018

Clinicians evaluated the refractive, pachymetric, topometric, and visual rehabilitation changes with the Athens Protocol applied in patients with keratoconus. Joanna Kontari, MD, highlights some of the research findings and implications.