Do you 'need' or just 'want' that new diagnostic imaging device?
Physicians should evaluate which options best meet the needs of their practices.
Noninvasive angiography with OCT offers definite value
Tool can help physicians detect, monitor ophthalmic disease in their patients.
Probe of IRIS Registry data reveals pandemic's impact on ophthalmology patient care
Visits, elective procedures decreased as physicians responded to COVID-19 guidelines.
Ophthalmology residents retrained as palliative care extenders
Physicians step-up in emergency departments during COVID-19 surge.
Exploring possibilities of myopia prevention and control in the US
Investigators reviewing options that include bifocals, low-dose atropine drops
Protection of eyes during prone positioning must be routinely monitored in ICU
Treatment of patients with COVID-19 should include ophthalmic considerations.
How AAOOP is taking the pandemic by the horns
Organization works to ensure clinical care and access for high-risk patients.
EyePod: Ophthalmologist shares Holocaust survival story
In this latest EyePod episode, John H. Merey, MD, possibly one of the last Holocaust survivors still in the practice of ophthalmology, shares his experience.
Investigators examine anti-VEGF medications in cases with ROP
Studies look at absorption of drugs resulting in systemic complications.
Studies explore pharmacological approaches to cataract prophylaxis, treatment
Investigators find options could prove to be alternatives to surgical management.
Tool offers ultra-rapid cooling for intravitreal injections
Precision injection device can improve patient and physician experiences.
PANORAMA trial targets NPDR
Analysis finds drug is broadly effective for reducing diabetic retinopathy severity.
Improving practice office acoustics
Check out the latest cartoon!
When inspiration strikes...
An ophthalmologist’s thoughts while folding clothes.
MIGS, other options offer hope for angle-closure patients
Intraocular drainage surgery may have a future for treating issues.
Iris-fixated IOLs are a boon for treating high myopia
Phakic lenses are proving to be excellent additions to refractive practices.
Research Scholar Honoree Program draws global interest amid pandemic
Fellows, residents from around the world show promise for future of retinal research.
Ophthalmologist Holocaust survivor shares his story
In observance of International Holocaust Remembrance Day this January 27, John H. Merey, MD, may be the only Holocaust survivor still in the practice of ophthalmology.
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