Rochester, NY—Increased demand for Bausch & Lomb's PureVision SVS contact lens has the company potentially shifting gears away from its PureVision Toric lens, which was to be introduced in the United States this summer.
Uveal melanoma . . . and most solid tumors partially inactivate RB and the tumors proliferate slowly with a low rate of apoptosis.
While many of his colleagues were considering retirement, Mal Krinn, MD, was studying and preparing for a transition to his new role as artisan breadmaker at his son's restaurant.
Fort Lauderdale, FL—Nanomedicine—the application of technology that uses minute devices to treat disease—is a primary component of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) "Roadmap for New Pathways to Discovery" that was introduced in 2002 by Elias Zerhouni, MD, director of the NIH.
Do you know your exact retirement goals and what it will take—in cash—to reach them?
Do you remember when you applied to medical school because you thought it would be a great way to help your fellow human beings, and when being a good physician was its own reward? Times have changed, and now doing your utmost to help your patients is not just a sacred trust, but a way to get paid better!
Fort Lauderdale, FL—The phenotype of age-related macular disease provides information about the genes that confer risk or the environmental factors that are involved in risk in a particular individual, according to Alan Bird, MD, who spoke at the annual meeting of the Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology.
The world of electronic medical records (EMRs) may seem daunting as ophthalmologists try to determine the best way to apply emerging technology to medicine.
The phenotype of age-related macular disease provides information about the genes that confer risk and the environmental factors that are involved in risk in a particular individual.
For some ophthalmologists, group practices offer many benefits over solo practices. But often, one of the biggest challenges is managing physicians' different personalities and styles, especially when it comes to making decisions for the good of the group.