Ocular Surgery News U.S. Edition


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

Table of Contents

Ophthalmic community mourns loss of George O. Waring III

Glaucoma survey looks for gap between clinical trials and daily practice

Measure calls for ASCs to report visual acuity 6 months after cataract surgery

Pre-surround division technique devised for posterior polar cataract surgery

Bevacizumab may enhance IOP-lowering outcomes in deep sclerectomy

Ocular Therapeutix pursues opportunities to spur innovation, development

Back to Basics

After cataract surgery, residual astigmatism may need to be surgically corrected

Uday Devgan, MD


Sealing a leaky cataract wound: Suture vs. glue

Cover Story

Same-day bilateral cataract surgery gains ground, but obstacles remain

Grand Rounds at the New England Eye Center

Choroidal mass noted in right eye of middle-aged woman

Nora W. Muakkassa, MD
; Jay S. Duker, MD

Lindstrom's Perspective

Bilateral same-day sequential cataract surgery will eventually become commonplace

Richard L. Lindstrom, MD

Meeting News Coverage

PDT should be considered for chronic central serous chorioretinopathy

OCT, visual field measurements useful for tracking glaucoma progression

Physicians should screen employees against the OIG exclusion list

Removal of eye lesions requires preoperative planning

Speaker shares pearls for better glaucoma management

Surgeon: Intraoperative aberrometry ‘a step closer to LASIK-like outcomes’

Variety of techniques available to correct astigmatism

Variety of tools available to rejuvenate aging eye area

Speaker: Minor surgeries may be effective in the treatment of ocular surface diseases

Speaker: Vitreous haze scores an artificial standard for measuring uveitis outcomes

Superiority of femtosecond vs. manual methods not yet proven

OCT angiography may have place in CNV imaging

Experts explore protocols for switching anti-VEGFs

Genetic testing may be helpful in diagnosing glaucoma

Home monitoring enables early detection of CNV in AMD patients

‘Intriguing’ anterior segment studies have impact

Consider patient’s expectations when planning blepharoplasty

Controlled blood pressure, A1c modify diabetic retinopathy progression

Laser vision enhancement strategy may improve refractive outcomes

Management of dysfunctional tearing starts with evaluation

Minimal VA loss, leakage associated with ‘early’ neovascular AMD

The Dry Eye

Computer vision syndrome: Does looking at a screen cause dry eye?

Darrell E. White, MD