Ocular Surgery News U.S. Edition


The following articles appeared in the print edition of OCULAR SURGERY NEWS U.S. EDITION.

Table of Contents

Diaton tonometer yields IOP readings without corneal contact

Ophthalmic community mourns loss of Robert M. Sinskey

Phacovitrectomy system offers flexible options for customized surgery

IRIS Registry represents sea change in practical use of ‘big data’

Dry eye may be associated with corneal endothelial cell loss

Intensive therapy reduces incidence, cost of ocular surgery in type 1 diabetes

PQRS reporting mandatory for all eligible practices in 2015

Sutureless scleral fixation technique can be used to implant IOLs in eyes lacking capsular support

Utah practice performs first commercial implantations of Kamra corneal inlay in US

CMS modifies ACO investment model to better serve rural areas

QLT to acquire InSite Vision, create ophthalmic specialty company

Research a career option for young ophthalmologists to consider

Alessandro Abbouda, MD

Supreme Court upholds health care subsidies in states without exchanges

Back to Basics

Cataract surgery can be complicated by presence of loose zonules

Uday Devgan, MD


Intraoperative aberrometry measurements in cataract surgery spur debate

Cover Story

Glued intrascleral posterior chamber IOL fixation technique continues to evolve

Grand Rounds at the New England Eye Center

Girl initially presents with open globe injury

Jessica Moon, MD; Lana Rifkin, MD; Sylvia Yoo, MD

In the Journals

Mel 90 excimer laser for myopic LASIK yields predictable outcomes

Loss of intrinsically photosensitive retinal ganglion cells in glaucoma may affect sleep quality

Tecnis ZLB00 multifocal IOL improves near, intermediate, distance visual acuity

Number of glaucoma procedures decreases despite aging population in US

Initial observation may be favorable for VMT management

Lindstrom's Perspective

Innovative technique variations offer options in difficult cases

Richard L. Lindstrom, MD

Surgical Maneuvers

Surgeon: Give up the surgical limbus and use clear cornea instead

Steven B. Siepser, MD, FACS

The Dry Eye

What should we call this problem?

Darrell E. White, MD