Comanaging tears in Descemet membrane during cataract surgery
Postoperative scenario tracks potential complications.
Dry eye and flares: make education a priority
Ensure successful symptoms management with your patients.
It’s not your grandparents’ anti-VEGF therapy
New DME treatments aim to extend time between intravitreal injections.
Making the case for greater health care literacy
Glaucoma search study finds online medical resources lack readability.
Can cyclosporine solutions be used to treat allergic conjunctivitis?
Consider topical therapies as second-line treatments for this patient base.
Case study: Patient presents with severe PDR history
The patient’s ocular history was significant for severe nonproliferative diabetic retinopathy (NPDR) in the right eye (OD) and mild NPDR in the left eye (OS), which had been diagnosed 4 years previously at his last eye exam.
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