Boris Malyugin, MD, PhD


Cataract surgery pearls for cases with poor mydriasis, zonules

Factors that lead to complications must be managed for best outcomes.

Dimitrios Giannoulis, MD


Unraveling the genetics of glaucoma

Details enhance knowledge of biological pathways that contribute to disease pathogenesis.

Deanna H. Dang


Study: IOL calculation remains challenging in PKP eyes

The study assesses and compares the accuracy of IOL formulas using keratometry (K) and total keratometry (TK) values obtained by a swept-source OCT biometer (IOL Master 700) in eyes with previous PKP prior to cataract surgery.

Reena A. Garg, MD


XEN continues to evolve for use in glaucoma surgery

Patient-tailored techniques result in predicable outcomes for patients.

Lisa K. Feulner, MD, PhD


Advances in cataract surgery show value in tools, tech for surgeons

Three cases demonstrate value of new tools, technology for surgeons.

George Spaeth, MD


Glaucoma 45 years later: Much changed, much unchanged

Innovation, change has dominated the glaucoma specialty over the years.

Kelly K. Nichols, OD, MPH, PhD, FAAO


Eye Care Products in the Pipeline for Dry Eye Disease

Unique clinical trials and novel products of interest currently under investigation for the treatment of dry eye disease.

John D. Sheppard, MD, MMSc


Examining pharmacological controls of presbyopia

Study reviews mechanisms of action of pilocarpine, carbachol, and brimonidine.

Aaron D. Dotson, MD


BLOG: Being the change we want to see in ophthalmology

A recent study showed that only 6% of practicing ophthalmologists in the US identify as an underrepresented minority.

Savak Teymoorian, MD


Ocular implants can be a gateway to better glaucoma care

Until new innovations began transforming the field a decade ago, ophthalmologists had a limited toolbox. This option allows ophthalmologists to provide positive outcomes for their patients.

Carlton Yuen, MD


Depth-of-focus enhancement makes target easier to hit

Lens an option for complicated eyes, astigmatism, monovision candidates.

Bret L. Fisher, MD


Comparable conscious sedation methods address individual patient needs

Sublingual troche sedation represents attractive anesthesia option for specific subset of patients with cataracts.

David P. Piñero, PhD


Link between neurodevelopmental disorders, visual problems studied

Investigators find that youth show altered ocular movements, reduced amplitude of accommodation.

Rebekah Bernard, MD


Strategies for coping with physician depression during COVID-19

Medical practitioners face emotional burden, other hurdles from pandemic

Jai G. Parekh, MD, MBA, FAAO


The importance of ocular health prior to cataract and refractive surgery

Dr. Jai Parekh, a clinical associate professor of Ophthalmology/The New York Eye & Infirmary of the Mount Sinai School of Medicine and David Hutton, Managing Editor of Opthalmology Times discuss the importance of ocular health prior to cataract and refractive surgery, specifically with osmolarity testing.

Michael Heath


Study: Accurate refractive predictions remain difficult in patients with keratoconus

Newer generation formulas generally outperformed older generation formulas, with SRK/T performing the best of older formulas, especially when using TK values.

Steven I. Rosenfeld, MD


Optimizing ocular surface to achieve full visual potential continues after surgery

Although it is always important to consider optimizing the ocular surface for all patients to improve their vision, it is of critical importance before cataract surgery.

Gordana Sunaric-Mégevand, MD


MIGS helping to personalize glaucoma surgery options

Although minimally invasive procedure gives hope, additional research is required.

Marguerite B. McDonald, MD


Celebrating a pivotal moment in laser-vision correction history

Advances in laser-vision correction provide visual results that often surpass 20/20.

Marjan Farid, MD


Boosting short-term dry eye management in patients

Fast-acting efficacious options are key to treating acute inflammation

Elise Kramer, OD, FAAO, FSLS


Keratoconus and perfect vision: Is it possible?

Eye care providers must look beyond visual acuity in screening for disease.

Emily Rich


Children’s mental health and the impact of vision impairment

Two studies conducted in collaboration with Orbis International explore how providing free glasses to children improves their ability to learn in school and that addressing visual impairment in children can alleviate depression and anxiety.

Andrew S. Morgenstern, OD, FAAO, FNAP


International Keratoconus Academy continues to provide cutting-edge education

Over the years, IKA has become an invaluable resource for eye care professionals.



Connecting the dots between the complement pathway and geographic atrophy

Currently enrolling a Phase 2 trial to evaluate the role of complement factor B protein in age-related macular degeneration (AMD)

Jordan Rosenfeld


The tech savvy physician: How AI will transform your practice

Investigators find technology aids instruction of medical students

John C. Baldinger, MD


Femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery: One physician’s story

Ophthalmologist outlines his journey with the procedure as a late adopter.

Peter Hnik, MD, MHSc


Blog: Cannabinol, a rare cannabinoid, shows unique therapeutic potential in glaucoma

A recent study of cannabinol in in vitro and in vivo glaucoma models, demonstrated encouraging results that may address some of the previous challenges associated with cannabis use and may present a new potential therapeutic intervention in the treatment of glaucoma.

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