Marc Bosem, MD


Seeking a solution to the anesthesia provider shortage

Office-based surgery could prove to be a viable option for physicians.

Nadia K. Waheed, MD, MPH


Future of Intravitreal Injection

Nadia K. Waheed, MD, MPH, and David M. Brown, MD, discuss the future of intravitreal injections.

Ehsan Rahimy, MD



Considerations in the treatment of diabetic retinopathy and diabetic macular edema.

Mary Walker


Optical dispensary conversions

Practices can turn a moment of crisis into a win-win for all.

Laurent Bataille, PhD


The relationship between myopia and conjunctival-scleral geometry

Nasotemporal sagittal height asymmetry a good biomarker of shortsightednes.

Claudio Trindade MD, PhD


New IOLs for keratoconus and other aberrated corneas

Anterior segment surgeon expands on the use of the XtraFocus pinhole implant.

Michel Michaelides, MD, FRCOphth


Focus on molecular mechanisms underlying cataract development

Several hundred genes are associated with congenital forms.

Anika Tanwani, BS


Froin syndrome: Eyes are the window to the spine

Papilledema with back pain suggests spine lesion.

Emily Kaiser Maharjan


IKA Keratoconus Symposium: Expanding vision

Annual meeting continues to offer key education opportunities.

John A. Vukich, MD


Toric stability: A minor change with a major impact for patients

Lens offering surgeons a reassuring amount of resistance to movement in the eye

Gloria B. Chiu, OD, FAAO, FSLS


More to keratoconus than meets the cornea: Be sure to flip the lids

Equally important is that any symptoms of ocular allergies should be addressed to reduce the frequency of eye rubbing.

Selina R. McGee, OD, FAAO


Impressions and Key Takeaways From Patient Case #2

Selina McGee, OD, FAAO, emphasizes the significance of a multifactorial treatment approach for dry eye, especially in patients concurrently using other eye drops or contact lenses, and advocates for ocular sparing therapies when needed.

Achim Langenbucher, PhD


Evolution of optical coherence tomography of the human eye

Adolf Fercher's 2D image of fundus paved way for today’s imaging technique.

Roger K. Henry, MBS, BS


Editorial: Ophthalmology during COVID-19

A residency applicant shares his perspective on the pandemic’s impact.

Karolinne Maia Rocha, MD, PhD


Customizing patients’ vision with violet light filtration

The latest IOLs offer an improvement in stray light performance and enhanced contrast.

Renato Ambrósio Jr, MD, PhD


Artificial intelligence for the early detection of ectatic corneal diseases

Advances enhance clinical decision-making in screening cases at risk of iatrogenic ectasia.

Diana Do, MD


Unmet Needs and the Future of Wet AMD Care

Expert panelists provide an overview of current unmet needs in wet AMD care and discuss the potential for improving clinical outcomes and treatment burden.

Michael Carter


Pigskins and perception: How neuro-ophthalmology influences NFL referees

Every football fan knows the scrutiny that NFL game officials are put under every game day, and now a group of ophthalmologists is trying to ensure they can perform at their best each weekend.

Peter Wehrwein


Case series finds floaters are a common side effect of Syfovre

The authors of a case series say silicone oil droplets from silicone used to lubricate the McKesson syringes is the most likely cause of the droplets presumed to cause the floaters.

Crystal Brimer, OD, FAAO


Podcast: Modern approaches for the optimal treatment of dry eye disease (Part 4)

Bill B. Trattler, MD, Crystal Brimer, OD, Cynthia Matossian, MD, FACS, and Kelly K. Nichols, OD, MPH, PhD, discuss dry eye disease and the various approaches clinicians can take to treat the disease in part 4 of the Viewpoints Podcast.

Joseph F. Panarelli, MD


BLOG: The PTVT Trial and Clinical Applications

Joseph F. Panarelli MD, Steven J. Gedde, MD, and Vikram Paranjpe MD, MPH discuss the Primary Tube Versus Trabeculectomy (PTVT) study.

Stacy L. Pineles, MD


Guest editorial: The pandemic and young eyes

Perspectives from a pediatric ophthalmologist and mother.

Jaclyn L. Kovach, MD


Is complement therapy the path forward for geographic atrophy?

The complement system identifies and eliminates pathogens and dying cells, 3 pathways can activate the complement system—classical, lectin, and alternative—and their activation results in similar functions of opsonization, inflammation, and cell lysis.

Caroline Baumal, MD


Take-Home Points for the Treatment of AMD and DME

David A. Eichenbaum, MD, FASRS and Caroline Baumal, MD provide take-home messages to providers treating AMD and DME.

Sebastian B. Heersink, MD


Combining laser with MIGS to impact intraocular pressure

According to Sebastian B. Heersink, surgeons can perform several procedures with cataract surgery.

Florencia Yeh, OD, FAAO, FSLS


Monitor keratoconus progression after cross-linking treatment

Contemporary scleral lenses work so well that stable vision in them cannot necessarily be taken as a sign that KC progression has stopped. Determination of KC progression requires advanced imaging.

Hunter Cherwek, MD


Partners collaborate on integration of AI-supported ROP telemedicine globally

Siloam Vision and Orbis team up to develop infrastructure to save the vision of premature infants.

Mitchell A. Jackson, MD


Spotlight on dry eye: Create a process, offer packages

By creating customized packages that incorporate the range of diagnostic and treatment options available, practices can simplify dry eye management and improve patients' outcomes.

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