Author | Jeffrey S. Eisenberg

Articles

'First treatment for keratoconus itself

About two in 10 patients with keratoconus requires eventual corneal transplantation, and these patients comprise 5,000, or 15%, of the corneal transplants in the United States each year.

Studies finger dirty hands in noncompliance

Whenever Jack Schaeffer, OD, sees a patient with contact lens complications at his Birmingham, AL, practice, the first thing he asks about is compliance.

Glaucoma tomograph creates maps of disease

Incorporating a system for the assessment, diagnosis, and management of glaucoma (Heidelberg Retina Tomograph 3, Heidelberg Engineering) in a clinical glaucoma and retinal practice enables the clinician to make better-informed decisions about what therapy to start or maintain to treat patients with either disease.