Ocular Surgery News U.S. Edition


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

Table of Contents

VJCRGS.com: Latest video-based surgical installment online

Grading of DR by first-line caregivers needs improvement

IOL technology enters new age

Back to Basics

Correlate A-scan, biometry measurements to improve accuracy in IOL calculations

Uday Devgan, MD


Expect challenges, demands from former refractive surgery patients with cataracts

Douglas A. Katsev, MD; Lisa M. Nijm, MD, JD

Cover Story

Successful retinal injection practice depends on clinical efficiency, patient satisfaction

FDA News

FDA approves teprotumumab for thyroid eye disease

Grand Rounds at the New England Eye Center

Young woman presents with unilateral eye discomfort

Christine L. Benador-Shen, MD; Geetha Athappilly, MD; Thomas R. Hedges III, MD

In the Journals

Ranibizumab treat-and-extend as effective as monthly injections in wet AMD

Lindstrom's Perspective

Advances needed to alleviate burden of retinal disease treatment

Richard L. Lindstrom, MD

Meeting News

Glaukos leverages acquisitions to enter new ophthalmology spaces

VIDEO: Lindstrom gives update on latest pharmacologic presbyopia-correcting treatments in trials

VIDEO: Laser remains useful in lowering IOP in glaucoma

VIDEO: Goniotomy a good IOP-lowering option in different situations

Cataract surgery payments take ‘a major hit’ in 2020

Compliance is cheaper than a fraud investigation

Genetic testing may improve patient screening for refractive surgery

Presence of edema guides treatment of Fuchs' dystrophy and cataract

Management of postop ptosis depends on severity

Kahook, Samuelson debate MIGS procedures with phaco

Oyster Point’s dry eye nasal spray meets phase 2 endpoints

Light Adjustable Lens ‘truly a disruptive technology’


What circumstances would make brolucizumab your anti-VEGF drug of choice?

Round Tables

Roundtable: Corneal consequences of chronic inflammation can be severe in children

The Dry Eye

Holmes and Watson: Dry eye, big data and AI

Darrell E. White, MD