7 strategies for fitting keratoconus patientsTry these seven strategies to improve your keratoconus contact lens fitting and offer better outcomes to your patients.
Introducing 3-D OCT to live surgery
Introducing 3-D OCT to live surgeryThe advent of three-dimensional optical coherence tomography to live surgery may bring greater clarity to how ophthalmologists visualize structures and how they operate.
Reviewing ocular specialty testingSpecialty testing is performed for diagnostic purposes, observation of disease processes, and treatment plans
Identifying common macular conditions with OCTEffectively manage patients through diagnosis and interpretation
6 OCT pitfalls to avoidOptometry has widely adopted optical coherence tomography (OCT) as a mainstay in diagnosing and managing ocular disease since its advent in the 1990s
Unleash your practice’s equipment by changing your mindsetOne thing that we always liked about our mentors is that they never looked at a problem from just one angle
What you missed at AAO in Anaheim
What you missed at AAO in AnaheimScientific research, new products, and industry announcements kicked off the 95th annual meeting of the American Academy of Optometry (AAO)
UWF: ultra-widefield imaging or ultra-widefield fighting?Can we talk a few minutes about ultra-widefield imaging (UWF) without another kind of UWF (ultra-widespread fighting) breaking out?
5 intriguing ARVO abstracts about uveitisAt the 2016 Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology (ARVO) meeting in Seattle, about 100 uveitis and uveitis-related papers and posters were presented by researchers from around the world. The presentations covered a wide range of research initiatives that are underway to treat–or at least understand how to address–uveitis. Here are five intriguing abstracts of research that were presented at the meeting.
Charting new directions in glaucoma treatmentBen Gaddie, OD, FAAO, Optometry Times Editorial Advisory Board member, noted several specific areas that were advancing to give ODs better data and better control over patient health outcomes, including: • Corneal mechanics • 24-hour IOP monitoring • New glaucoma drugs and drug delivery systems • Advancements in OCT imaging