Cornea and Contact Lens Q and A

Go With the Flow

Corneal hysteresis may help spot glaucoma in KCN patients.
10/15/2021

MRI Contact Lens Considerations

Material impurities may interact with magnetic fields and cause problems for practitioners and patients alike.
09/15/2021

Pressure Cooker

Avoid sclerals in progressive glaucoma to lower risk of IOP rise.
08/15/2021

Shape-shifter

Monitoring scleral topography changes over time helps ensure a consistently optimized fit.
07/15/2021

Through Thick and Thin

Drug improves endothelial function but also yields corneal edema.
06/15/2021

Operation Risk Reduction

It’s up to us to help mitigate the factors that can contribute to corneal infection.
04/15/2021

One Bird, Two Stones

Here’s what’s likely to happen when you combine CXL and Intacs to treat keratoconus.
03/15/2021

Weigh Your Options

There are many different treatments available for corneal endothelial disease, but efficient patient selection leads to the most successful outcomes.
02/15/2021

Nuances of Neuropathy

Advances in neurobiological research and dry eye have paved the way for potentially breakthrough treatments.
01/15/2021

It’s in the Way That You Use It

Often, hypoxic corneal edema requires a change in scleral lens parameters, rather than a new modality.
12/15/2020

Upcoming Events

October 28, 2021

Early Identification and Timely Referral
Location: Virtual Event
Speakers: Steven Ferrucci, OD, FAAO, and Dilsher S. Dhoot, MD
9:00–10:00pm EST

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November 4, 2021

Early Detection, Monitoring and Timely Referral
Location: Davio's Northern Italian Steakhouse
Speakers: Jeffry Gerson, OD, FAAO and Blake Cooper, MD, MPH, FACS
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November 10, 2021

Treatment Option for Diabetic Retinopathy and Diabetic Macular Edema
Location: Virtual Event
Speakers: Leo Semes, OD, FAAO and Nancy M. Holekamp, MD
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