Corneal Consult

Slippery Slope

Though benign in nature, lipid keratopathy can still prove deleterious to vision.

This or That

Apical corneal ring infiltrates are commonly associated with Acanthamoeba keratitis, but that doesn’t mean this is always the correct diagnosis.

ROCK the Boat of Corneal Care

Originally intended to treat glaucoma, rho-associated kinase inhibitors may offer an alternative to transplantation.

The Answer’s in the Details

Comprehensively reviewing cases of uveitis will lead you to an accurate diagnosis.

When Scleritis is Infectious

This destructive form of the disease requires early identification and aggressive treatment for the best chance at preserving vision.

When a Red Eye Prompts a Red Alert

Be on the lookout for neoplastic ocular surface lesions and know proper management techniques if you run into one.

No Pain, No Gain

Learn how corneal anesthesia complicated this neurotrophic ulcer case.

Herpetic Keratouveitis Front to Back

Don’t forget to check the posterior segment to catch the worst manifestation.

Keep an Eye Out

Lisch corneal dystrophy is rare, but its unique appearance aids in its diagnosis.

Trust the Process

Double-digit cylinder in a post-transplant eye can be daunting, but surgery can bring the number back down to earth and contact lenses can handle the rest.