Glaucoma Surgery Redefined
By Eric D. Donnenfeld, MD
By David R. Hardten, MD; Parag A. Majmudar, MD; J. E. “Jay” McDonald II, MD; and Jeffrey Whitman, MD
By Elena Albé, MD
By Mitchell C. Shultz, MD
By William J. Fishkind, MD; James C. Loden, MD; R. Bruce Wallace III, MD; and Robert J. Weinstock, MD
Complex Case Management
By Alan S. Crandall, MD; Devin M. Gattey, MD; Howard V. Gimbel, MD; and Thomas A. Oetting, MS, MD
My Most Difficult Case
By Terry Kim, MD, and Matthew D. Kuhnle, DO
Allowing partially detached grafts the chance to clear spontaneously is often best.
By Jack S. Parker, BA, and Gerrit R. J. Melles, MD, PhD
Feature Series on Optimizing the Ocular Surface
Surgeons should consider the Big Four: tears, lids, blinks, and sensation.
By Kenneth R. Kenyon, MD
Determine if the condition is mild, moderate, or severe before making a recommendation.
By Henry D. Perry, MD
Surgeons should make use of available testing modalities.
By Marguerite B. McDonald, MD
A practical approach to prevention.
By Tom Pannullo
Quite a lot, thank you, and so are you!
By Michael E. Snyder, MD; Robert K. Maloney, MD; Derek W. DelMonte, MD; Terry Kim, MD; George O. Waring IV, MD; and Luis E. Fernández de Castro, MD
If demonstrated to be safe, this procedure may become a desirable option for patients who elect to pay privately for vision correction.
By Daniel S. Durrie, MD
Patients in Mongolia now have access to vitreoretinal services.
By Roger P. Harrie, MD
An engaging, informative health care blog can help physicians connect with patients and establish themselves as leaders in their profession.
By Cary M. Silverman, MD, MBA, and Shama Kabani
Detailed videos for patients save time when it comes to their final decision on an implant.
By Cynthia Matossian, MD
Dr. Colvard discusses his experience as an educator and how his work in undeveloped countries inspired the creation of the Friends of Vision Foundation.