Physician offers glimpse at future of limbal stem cell transplantation
Key is to use stem cell treatments to ensure optimal outcomes for patients.
Examining the present and future of artificial cornea transplantation
According to James Chodosh MD, MPH, some corneal conditions may not be treatable with a transplant.
Restoring vision through RGC repopulation—what needs to happen?
Despite its promise, RGC replacement represents a more formidable challenge.
Keratoconus and perfect vision: Is it possible?
Eye care providers must look beyond visual acuity in screening for disease.
Preoperative OSD: Targeted, efficient screening and therapies for busy practices
Outcomes achieved with information, osmolarity testing, proven treatments
Customizing patients’ vision with violet light filtration
The latest IOLs offer an improvement in stray light performance and enhanced contrast.
Pigmented lesions on ocular surface require various approaches
Ophthalmologists should be aware of a patient’s prior history
Bascom Palmer Eye Institute touts its master’s program
Sessions offer training in ophthalmic translational research, problem-based learning
Controlling pain and inflammation associated with cataract surgery
Surgeon notes there is no good solution for ending use of topical medications
Nutritional supplements can improve acceptance, durability of in-office dry eye procedures
Managing dry eye requires addressing underlying disease process with therapy, treatments
Being an ophthalmologist on an airplane: Tips in the event of a medical emergency during a flight
Andrew G. Lee, MD, has had direct experience as being an in-flight physician over 15 times on international and domestic flights and answers some of the most frequently asked questions about being the doctor on the plane.
Early detection and treatment of DR and DME is essential
Sharing data between ophthalmologists, optometrists can lead to earlier diagnosis
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