This article was reviewed by Carl C. Awh, MD
Michael Greenwood, MD, of Vance Thompson Vision, shares the key takeaways from his lecture "Leveraging social media to expand keratoconus awareness," presented at the Amer
It’s that time of the year again when I reflect on an exciting and dynamic year in ophthalmology! Here are my top 5 most significant stories in ophthalmology for 2019:
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.
There is no argument with the old adage “practice makes perfect.” This is especially true for ophthalmology residents.
The problem with democracy—with patient satisfaction surveys and opinion polls—is that if you give people the chance to express their opinions or to register their complaints, they will invariably do so.
This article was reviewed by Sunir J. Garg, MD, FACS
In recent years, various factors have been associated with lower rates of endophthalmitis, some of which are intuitive and others not so much so.
I was at a conference earlier this year and was wallowing in indecision as to what I wanted to do with the next step of my career/life. I had a job offer from another group and was trying to decide what to do.