This article was reviewed by Sunita Radhakrishnan, MD
This article was reviewed by R. Luke Rebenitsch, MD
This article was reviewed by Andrew G. Lee, MD
When diagnosing posterior uveitis, three considerations are important when using optical coherence tomography (OCT), according to Kathryn Pepple, MD, PhD.
Reopening practices requires attention to numerous details. As eye care specialists consider re-opening, they have three main challenges that must be overcome to successfully proceed: protect patients, staff, and doctors; project a safe environment; and provide excellent eye care.
This article was reviewed by Elizabeth Yeu, MD
This article was reviewed by Takanori Suzuki, MD, and Kazuno Negishi, MD
Calculating the IOL power for use after LASIK can be tricky because a number of factors come into play.
This article was reviewed by Eric Donnenfeld, MD
Bleb leaks are a complication of trabeculectomy that occur despite improved success rates with local application of mitomycin C. Neeru Gupta, MD, PhD, MBA, shared her useful and simple approach for dealing with bleb leaks.
Worse outcomes after development of endophthalmitis postoperatively are associated with the presence of bacteria and higher bacterial loads of pathogens other than