Continuing education

Herpes Simplex Keratitis: Managing the MasqueraderC.E.

This review can help you better identify, diagnose and treat this condition.

Blink Mechanics: Why it MattersC.E.

This incredibly important function has huge implications for dry eye and contact lens wear, especially when it goes awry.

What Specular Microscopy Reveals About Your PatientsC.E.

Visualizing the corneal endothelium aids in the diagnosis and management of myriad corneal diseases.

Pathologic Causes of Irregular AstigmatismC.E.

Thin is in—but not in the cornea. Here’s a rundown of non-inflammatory corneal thinning disorders that lead to irregular astigmatism.

A Systematic Approach to Solving Contact Lens DiscomfortC.E.

Comfort may be the number one factor in achieving a successful, long-lasting contact lens fit. Take a stepwise approach when comfort can’t be found.

Transplantation for Limbal Stem Cell DeficiencyC.E.

When severe disease calls for surgery, here’s how you can be prepared for the pre- and post-op care.

Fitting the Surgically Compromised CorneaC.E.

Specialty contact lenses are often the best option for post-corneal surgery patients. Here’s how you can handle these challenging cases.

Corneal Ulcers: Sterile But Not BenignC.E.

Even if they aren’t infectious, these are no laughing matter. In fact, many ocular and systemic conditions might be at play.

CXL: A First-line Therapy for Keratoconus

Eye care professionals have a new leading treatment option to combat this disease.