The relationship between myopia and glaucoma
Myopia as a glaucoma risk factor, and high myopia as a potential glaucoma mimicker, can be quite the clinical headache
Separating the business of optometry from the desire to help patients
Pachymetry holds a place in patient care
Don’t forget to look at a patient’s optic nerve through a dilated pupil.
Measure twice, cut once: Repeat testing provides clarity
Diagnostic test results may vary in the same patient on the same day.
Supporting glaucoma patients beyond the exam room
Empowering individuals to take greater ownership of their visual health.
Patients stick with us, for better or for worse
One individual’s habit can be the demise of good health.
Helping patients with poor adherence
A meditation on the effects of putting off doctors' orders.
The riddle of managing glaucoma: accounting for lurking variables
Glaucoma therapy isn't as cookie-cutter as it seems on the surface.
Ep. 4: Interactive panels highlight practical, cutting-edge, pipeline advancements
Optometry Times®' EyeCon 2022 co-chairs Kelly K. Nichols, OD, MPH, PhD, FAAO, and A. Paul Chous, MA, OD, FAAO, sat down with Ben Casella, OD, FAAO, chief optometric editor for Optometry Times® to chat all-things EyeCon 2022.
Ep. 3: EyeCon 2022: Get your CE while on a tropical getaway
Ep. 2: EyeCon 2022: Come for the speakers, stay for the sun
Ep. 1: EyeCon 2022: Join the fun in-person at Marco Island
Importance of communication between providers
Recent patient situation stresses needs for peer-to-peer discourse.
Making the case for greater health care literacy
Glaucoma search study finds online medical resources lack readability.
Dr. Casella's #1 tip for managing dry eye
Optometry Times'® Chief Optometric Editor Ben Casella, OD, FAAO, gives his number 1 tip for managing DED.
Optometry Times' Dr. Casella reflects on his time so far at AOA 2022
Optometry Times'® Chief Optometric Editor Ben Casella, OD, FAAO, shares some reflections on his time so far at the 2022 AOA Optometry's Meeting in Chicago.
Case report: 16-year-old presents with asymptomatic glaucoma
Routine eye exam catches juvenile-onset open-angle glaucoma.
When pharmacies threaten treatment plans, look elsewhere
Don’t let pharmacies thwart treatment
Keeping calm with positive vibes
Happy memories of an OD’s grandfather help defuse heated patient situation
The ideal glaucoma patient, from an optometrist’s perspective
Certain foreign online pharmacies may be scamming this patient base
Better flow for better patient care
OD faces unknowns in quest to give an old practice a facelift
5 resolutions for 2022: making good on goals
A word from our Chief Optometric Editor.
Retinal findings present in pediatric case
Trauma evaluation leads to diagnosis, treatment for commotio retinae
A bittersweet and optimistic close to 2021
From the Chief Optometric Editor
Optic Neuritis and COVID-19 vaccine connection?
Beyond anxiety in patients with glaucoma
Emotional health can potentially affect patient care, study results show
Delta COVID-19 variant forcing meeting changes
Masks come off, masks go back on
Cotton wool spot appears in patient with COVID-19
This case exhibits retinal correlations with the novel coronavirus
Patient log brings back memories
Why it's important to keep a record of patient encounters
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