It a new year and that means there are changes with the Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) codes that govern how ODs describe what we do during the physician-patient encounter.
The Glaucoma Symposium offers ophthalmology and optometry professionals an opportunity to sharpen their knowledge about glaucoma.
Doctors should not blame themselves but look to better patient education and daily disposability.
Optometry’s success in the future will depend on the ability of ODs to overcome new challenges.
There is a lot to learn from the history of LASIK if ODs are willing to unearth it.
More knowledge helps dispel myths in diagnosing and treating this sight-stealing disease.
Modern optometry can provide advanced outcome support to patients with glaucoma.
From developing an office protocol to screening all patients, read these supportive tips.
I hope everyone had a good and productive Glaucoma Awareness Month. It’s in January, just in case you needed a reminder for when to wear your green ribbon on the lapel of your lab coat.
A 24-YEAR-OLD MALE pilot applicant presented for an examination at the Naval Aerospace Medical Institute (NAMI). His history included being an amateur hockey player in his younger years.