Ocular Surgery News U.S. Edition


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

Table of Contents

Bioengineered corneal inlay overcomes biocompatibility problems of past technologies

Bleb-forming MIGS procedures offer low complication rates

Disruptive innovator ultimately rewarded after deviating from path of mainstream thinking

Back to Basics

Surgical evacuation may be needed for non-clearing hyphema

Uday Devgan, MD


Newer brands, compounded drugs improve efficacy, compliance

Gary Wörtz, MD; Inder Paul Singh, MD

Cover Story

Clinical trial participation keeps surgeons on cutting edge of technology

Grand Rounds at the New England Eye Center

Infant presents with bilateral retinal hemorrhages

Huan Meng Mills, MD; Arup Das, MD, PhD

In the Journals

Asymmetric keratoconus correction may improve visual acuity, refractive outcomes

Lindstrom's Perspective

Professional, personal benefits abound with successful clinical research

Richard L. Lindstrom, MD

Meeting News

VIDEO: Discuss cataract surgical plan in advance with patients

Structure is needed for a surgeon to move from competent to highly skilled

Prescription opioid users five times more likely to have intraoperative cataract complications

Adding a fellow to practice adds efficiency and invigorates the surgeon

‘Create a team’ to balance volume and quality patient care

Clear, compassionate phraseology critical to patient-physician communication

Chambers explains FDA’s rationale for clinical trial requirements

VIDEO: ‘Responsible coding’ helps avoid pitfalls of pass-through


What common mistakes might a practice owner make when starting to host clinical trials?

The Dry Eye

The new immunomodulator math

Darrell E. White, MD