Alimera Sciences features 10 physician case studies via webcast.
An investigational corneal inlay for presbyopia called the Raindrop had good near visual acuity results and patient satisfaction in a group of active patients.
A group of surgeons were faced with a suprachoroidal hemorrhage following trauma, and decided to break the ‘rules’ when tackling the case, and came out with surprisingly good results.
The advent of gene therapy poses a new area of drug development for inherited and acquires ocular disorders.
Patients can now easily receive an eye exam in the comfort of their own home thanks to Opternative, a new online vision test.
Central retinal artery occlusion (CRAO) has been linked to a higher risk of undiagnosed cardiovascular problems than previously believed, according to a recent German study.
Everyone has an opinion, but are clinic managers prepared to listen to what staff has to say? ponders Dianna Graves.
In this month's Clinical Round Up, Sharon Freedman, MD, discusses results of the Infant Aphasia Treatment Study, and how it found there is no glaucoma protection from primary IOL placement in children. Additionally, Barbara...
Change is inevitable. But that doesn’t have to mean the beginning of problems and stress at your practice.
Surgeons need to truly understand the ins and outs of their patients' personalities to optimize surgical outcomes, argues Mark Packer, MD, in his latest blog.