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Myopia on the Move  2/15/2017

Steady growth in the prevalence of this deceptively simple condition will expose half the world’s population to visual impairment. Here’s what to expect and what we should do.
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News  2/15/2017

Corneal Collagen Crosslinking | Meibomian Gland dysfunction | Descemet’s Membrane Endothelial Keratoplasty
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Solving Scleral Contact Lens Induced Pingueculitis  11/15/2016

The simplest option is often the best solution.
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Beat the Blepharitis Blues  10/15/2016

To understand and treat this common lid condition, make sure you’re clear on its many different presentations.
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Don’t Forget to Check the Lids  10/15/2016

While always important to lens wear, the eyelids also play a vital role in GP lens success.
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Lids, Friction and Contact Lens Wear  10/15/2016

Does a relatively new phenomenon help explain contact lens discomfort?

 

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The Chicken-and-Egg Problem of MGD and Contact Lens Wear  10/15/2016

Which came first, the dysfunction or the discomfort? Researchers aren’t sure, but clinicians need to manage them simultaneously.

 

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Treating the Ocular Surface: Resistance is Futile  9/15/2016

The human microbiome supports our existence, but it also serves as the source of infection. Resistance is on the rise, and clinicians have to prescribe carefully. 
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Medically Necessary Contact Lenses: Medical Plan or Vision Plan Responsibility?  6/15/2016

Do you know how to work with insurance companies to achieve the biggest bang for your buck?
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Study on SPK Lesion Size May Lead to Better Equipment  6/15/2016

Research on lesion size in superficial punctate keratitis could mean better technology.


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Considering Keratitis: Critical Questions in Disease Management  10/10/2015

Your approach to these four clinical challenges will influence the course of therapy and its outcome.
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In Brief  10/1/2015

Here's a snapshot of what's happening in the industry.
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Red Alert  10/1/2015

Adenoviral infections remain the number one cause of urgent care visits to eye care practitioners' offices.
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Sclerals May Affect Corneal Nerves  4/15/2015

Extended wear of fluid-filled scleral contact lenses may change corneal nerve function in certain patients. 


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A Systematic Look at the Ocular Surface  3/15/2015

The tear film is the nexus of many seemingly distinct structures and clinical entities. Be mindful of such links when managing OSD.
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Study: Microbial Keratitis Moves to the ’burbs  3/15/2015

A new study suggests incidence of keratitis is highest in patients who live in suburban areas.
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Unmasking the Dry Eye Masqueraders  3/15/2015

A patient presents with all the classic signs of dry eye disease. But what if it’s not that simple?


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Glaucoma and Dry Eye: Principles and Parallels  1/15/2015

Can one progressive eye disease teach us how to best treat another?
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In Brief  1/15/2015

Here is a snapshot of what's happening in the industry
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Which Single-Agent Therapy is Best for Fungal Keratitis?  11/15/2014

The individual susceptibility of fungal organisms means a wide range of therapeutic options exist.
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Stopping Corneal Erosion with Amniotic Membranes  10/22/2014

This collagen-rich tissue is emerging as a new method for managing EBMD and recurrent corneal erosion. How does it perform clinically?
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Chronic Pain May Influence Dry Eye Disease  10/15/2014

A new British study suggests a link between dry eye and chronic pain in female patients.
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Containing the Epidemic: Complex Keratoconjunctivitis  10/15/2014

The rise of an advanced form poses serious risks to patients. Here's how to get it under control—in the cornea and in the clinic.
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Dry Eye: Can You Tackle These Tough Cases?  10/15/2014

Experts walk us through their approach to refractory disease. With multiple factors to address, opinions may differ. What's yours?
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