Ocular Surgery News U.S. Edition


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

Table of Contents

J-code activations simplify billing reimbursements for practices

Adolescents should be monitored for dry eye, meibomian gland dropout

Advances in imaging technology assist in early detection of diabetic retinopathy

Karen Jeng-Miller, MD

CHMP issues positive opinion for Beovu

Endoscopy-assisted PPV improves retinal reattachment rate after silicone oil removal

FDA committee unanimously recommends approval of teprotumumab for thyroid eye disease

Acute corneal injuries respond to amniotic membrane treatment

Mark Milner, MD

Keraring AS allows customized keratoconus treatment

Efekan Çokunseven, MD

Microshunt moves aqueous to ocular surface

Roche completes acquisition of Spark

Back to Basics

Synechiae can be managed during cataract surgery

Uday Devgan, MD


In-office testing, off-label therapy may be best approach for EKC

Alice T. Epitropoulos, MD, FACS; Priyanka Sood, MD

Cover Story

Systemic drugs and their ocular symptoms can complicate treatment

Grand Rounds at the New England Eye Center

Elderly woman presents with presumed orbital cellulitis

Allison V. Coombs, DO; Geetha Athappilly, MD

In the Journals

Smartphone app helps identify symptomatic dry eye risk factors

Endothelial cell loss continues at least 5 years after CyPass implantation

Lindstrom's Perspective

Close monitoring needed to avoid drug-induced ocular side effects

Richard L. Lindstrom, MD


What is your treatment process when a lifesaving therapy results in worsening ocular symptoms?

The Dry Eye

The New Year’s resolutions of a dry eye doc

Darrell E. White, MD