With no definitive diagnostic test and the presentation misleading, HSV has become the most common cause of infectious corneal blindness in the United States. This new clinical statement offers guidelines for diagnosis and management.
This new Clinical Question evaluates the available evidence and offers some conclusions.
Do you have a PPP Clinical Question you’d like to see addressed and shared with other members? Send us your Clinical Question ideas for publication on the ONE Network.
Watch Dr. Bob Osher deal with a stressful case involving a dropped nucleus in a young myope. This video from the 2013 Refractive Surgery Subspecialty Day features high drama, heroics and a happy ending.
This week's challenge asks what category of primary acquired melanosis (PAM) increases the risk of developing melanoma associated with PAM?
The July issue of Focal Points shows how to formulate the best surgical approach for successful IOL placement in patients with zonular compromise. This issue in included in your Focal Points subscription or can be purchased as an individual issue in the Academy Store.
Dr. Marlene Moster demonstrates a transconjunctival technique for compression sutures to treat hypotony in patients with an overfiltering bleb.