Keep your contact lens practice on the cutting edge
Fitting the right lens requires a detective's mindset.
Distinguishing between dry eye and MGD: Believe your own eyes
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
Clinical characteristics and progression of geographic atrophy in a Japanese population
A multicenter study in Japan examined patients to understand geographic atrophy characteristics and progression rate.
Separating the business of optometry from the desire to help patients
The good and the bad of telemedicine in the care of our patients with diabetes
Is telemedicine through retinal images a solution to earlier intervention and increased access to care? Fortunately—and unfortunately—yes.
The lowdown on hypoglycemia in patients with diabetes
Counsel your at-risk patients on strategies to minimize severe hypoglycemia.
Presbyopia and cataracts: Dysfunctional lens syndrome
Even if DLS is completely normal and expected, it can be mentally and emotionally difficult for patients.
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