Pediatric myopia and keratoconus: Cross-linking and ortho-k in children
In this part 2 of the pediatric myopia and keratoconus series, Drs Chan and Swartz dive into ortho-k and crosslinking in children.
This is what eye care providers need to know about type 1 diabetes
T1D is one of the most common chronic diseases affecting pediatric populations.
Autism spectrum disorder in children requires patience, flexibility
How to tailor an eye examination and what technology to consider.
Is it AMD or vitelliform?
Clinicians may have difficulty in making a diagnosis.
Geographic atrophy is a major concern in eye health
You may be wondering: What is all this hype about geographic atrophy (GA)? If you are, let us look at the enigma.
The right artificial tear simplifies the toughest contact lens cases
Managing dry eye disease often is key to patient comfort.
Managing cooperatively with patients
Being a selfless provider will earn you trust and loyalty.
OCT is a crucial tool in glaucoma diagnosis and monitoring
Evaluating images for quality, artifacts, and segmentation errors.
Meeting the need: Screening parameters for presbyopia-correcting drops
Doctors should consider a few key points before writing a prescription.
Historic signing at AOA: All about the 13% Promise
The AOA joins several industry leaders in taking the pledge to increase opportunities for Black optometrists and students
EyeCon 2023: 2 days of education for optometrists, ophthalmologists
Drs Chous and Nichols discuss an overview of EyeCon, which will be held December 1 to 2, 2023, in Sanibel Harbour, Florida.
A practical guide to the best of the current multifocal IOLs
Managing patient expectations is key to selecting the best lens
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