Corneal Consult

Herpetic Keratouveitis Front to Back

Don’t forget to check the posterior segment to catch the worst manifestation.
11/15/2019

Keep an Eye Out

Lisch corneal dystrophy is rare, but its unique appearance aids in its diagnosis.
09/15/2019

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.
06/15/2019

When All Else Fails

Time and topical medications fell short of providing relief for this pyogenic granuloma patient, leaving only one option: surgery.
03/15/2019

Was it a Failure or Rejection?

Identifying the right differential in a troubled transplant patient makes a world of difference when determining corrective action.
02/15/2019

A Disease in Disguise

Acanthamoeba keratitis may resemble other conditions, making it difficult to catch early enough to preserve visual function.
11/15/2018

Fungal Ulcers: Missed and Misunderstood

They may be less common, but they’re also more severe.
09/15/2018

What’s Better for MK, One or Two?

Fluoroquinolone monotherapy can be just as effective as dual therapy for these cases.
05/15/2018

A Cultural Divide

Many ODs prefer empiric MK treatment to culturing, but this approach could be risky.
03/15/2018

MK: A Stealthy Opponent

Differentiating microbial keratitis isn’t always cut-and-dry. These tips can help.
02/15/2018