The Big Picture

Ring Around the Cornea

Peripheral edema occurring many years post-op, signifying Brown-McLean syndrome, may be initially alarming, but it’s nothing to worry about.
03/15/2019

Singing the Blues

A patient’s complicated ocular history results in an anterior staphyloma, leaving him few treatment options.
02/15/2019

A Bump in the Road

Superficial granuloma need not contraindicate scleral lens wear—just design around it.
11/15/2018

Shape Shifter

If you see a ‘squiggle’ on the endothelium, what’s your first suspicion?
09/15/2018

Back for Seconds

A keratoconic patient developed corneal protein deposits, requiring keratectomy—twice.
05/15/2018

Burning Questions

Severe alkali exposure wreaks havoc and demands a swift response to preserve vision.
03/15/2018

Breaching the Border

HSV keratitis can allow limbal blood vessels to infiltrate the stroma, putting vision at risk.
02/15/2018

Rubbed the Wrong Way

Complications developed after epithelial debridement in a routine crosslinking procedure.
11/15/2017

Crocodile Rock

Can you identify this corneal anomaly? Does it contraindicate contact lens wear?
09/15/2017

Too Much of a Good Thing

Extreme overwear of a bandage contact lens let this opportunistic inection flourish.
05/15/2017