There has been growing concern within the medical industry that senior physicians can negatively impact patient care.
In her latest blog, Joy Gibb, ABOC, writes how ophthalmologists can fight UPP at the source—your patients.
In his latest blog, Mark Packer, MD, reflects on ophthalmic pioneers of the past, and writes why controversy and challenging the norm is what drives the future of advancements.
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Topical glaucoma drops have potential for causing profound structural soft-tissue changes.
While many people across the United States are hosting barbeques, attending parades and firework displays, and picnicking with their families today, ophthalmologists may find themselves celebrating Independence Day a little...
Alimera Sciences features 10 physician case studies via webcast.
In what is believed to be the largest reported series of spontaneous in-the-bag IOL dislocation, investigators analyze presenting characteristics and outcomes for 21 eyes with a capsular tension ring (CTR) and 84 eyes without one.
Despite an increase in Medicare beneficiaries since 1994, the number of glaucoma-related surgeries has decreased, according to a recent study published in Ophthalmology.
A novel eyewear prototype wants to be the solution for those seeking wearable technology to track fitness and activities, but hate the bulky equipment that is required to be worn on wrists or clothing.