This article was reviewed by Jeffrey S. Heier, MD
This article was reviewed by Hunter Cherwerk, MD
Enlightening patients about the ocular impact of not adhering to glaucoma medication regimens can be eye-opening for both the patients and physicians.
This article was reviewed by John A. Hovanesian, MD
This article was reviewed by Carl C. Awh, MD
A visual simulator (SimVisGekko, 2EyesVision) that provides patients the experience of vision with multifocal IOLs (mIOLs) before actual implantation may help to manage patient expectations, a
“All fluorometholones are not the same,” said Beeran Meghpara, MD, and with good reason.
Let us be more specific, topical antibiotics after cataract surgery are not necessary, according to Alexander James Silvester, MBCHB, as long as surgeons tick off all the boxes on the safety check list.
This article was reviewed by Mats. H. Lundstrom, MD
There is no argument with the old adage “practice makes perfect.” This is especially true for ophthalmology residents.