January/February 2021

Features

A Rare Case of Megalocornea

Here’s how this patient’s condition made for an extremely unique specialty contact lens fitting.

Lessons from the Labs: GP Pros Share Their Best Tips

Learn what consultants wished they got from doctors when they order specialty lenses.

The Consequences of Corneal Endothelial CompromiseC.E.

Optometrists must recognize the signs to ensure proper diagnosis and treatment.

Unpacking the BLINK study

Finally, solid data shows us an approach to multifocal contact lens use in childhood myopia management.

Departments

Corneal Consult

ROCK the Boat of Corneal Care

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

My Perspective

To Glove or Not to Glove?

Let’s review hand hygiene in health care, as we continue to interact with high-risk patients.

The Big Picture

A Flaky Patient

Signs of pseudoexfoliation should raise suspicion for glaucoma.

The GP Experts

Simplify and Move Forward

Commit and follow through with the change you want to see in your contact lens practice.