CXL: The Great Epi-on vs. Epi-off Debate
As corneal crosslinking evolves, both
techniques could be winners.
Amniotic Membrane For Ocular Inflammation
By: Mary Davidian, MD
Amniotic membrane is an emerging option for refractory keratitis, recurrent corneal erosions and more.
Resurgence of PRK
By: Johnny L. Gayton, M.D.
PRK and LASEK offer effective visual correction without LASIK’s pitfalls.
A New Way to Close Clear-Corneal or Limbal Incisions
By: Julio Narváez, MD
This reversed-needle pass uses the three-throw adjustable square knot.
ACOs: Maybe Not the Next Big Thing
By: René Luthe, Senior Associate Editor
Ophthalmologists should retain their independence.
Avoid the Morale-Wrecking Employee Evaluation
By: Derek Preece, MBA
Here’s a correct way to take corrective action.
Is OCT Doing Enough for Your Practice?
By: Paul Hahn, MD, PHD; Sanjay Asrani, MD
A review of practical tips to maximize the use of this device.
Not Your Father’s Filtration Surgery
Seven ways to bring your approach to trabeculectomy into the 21st Century.
By: Larry E. Patterson, M.D.
PRK: Back to the Future
As I See It
By: Paul Koch, MD
The Happy Airline Approach to Practice
At Press Time
Laser cataract surgery on the rise; Promising results from iontophoresis study; Ophthalmologists are low on burnout scale; and more
4 steps to get staff engaged
By: Carl C. Awh, M.D.; Michael Korenfeld, MD; Kevin Rollins, JD; Gregg Scheller
Innovating in an ivory tower
Coding & Reimbursement
By: Suzanne L. Corcoran, COE
Testing for tear osmolarity?
Path to Paperless
By: Peter J. Polack, MD, FACS
Where EHRs need some work
By: Melissa M. Brown, MD, MN, MBA
Sound the trumpets
Spotlight on Technology & Technique
By: Bill Kekevian, Associate Editor
Device reveals hidden corneal conditions
By: Farrell "Toby" Tyson, MD, FACS
Technology doesn’t have to be so costly