Dr. Steve Charles talks about what he learned from the 2013 Ophthalmology Innovation Summit, a conference cosponsored with the AAO that discusses topics of interest to everyone from clinicians and scientists, to big and small business, to the FDA and NEI.
Uveitis experts agree that aggressive perioperative anti-inflammatory therapy should be used in uveitis patients undergoing cataract surgery. But what’s the best perioperative regimen?
This week's challenge considers a patient with a dilated pupil, unchanged 45 minutes after instillation of 1% pilocarpine.
Congratulations to Dr. Eric Jennings and Dr. Jia Yin who won top honors in the ONE Network's YO Grand Rounds Competition. Dr. Jennings’ first place entry describes an unusual masquerade case involving a previously healthy middle-aged woman who presented with two “styes” and died six weeks later of her condition.
New data on femtosecond laser assisted cataract surgery continued to amaze at the 2013 ESCRS. However, still missing are data that prove it’s better than standard phaco.
Dr. Carl C. Awh discusses his study showing that about half of AREDS patients would have done better taking a vitamin formulation other than AREDS, a discovery he hopes will improve patient outcomes and save money.