Primary Care Optometry News


The following articles appeared in the print edition of PRIMARY CARE OPTOMETRY NEWS.

Table of Contents

Kentucky bill to protect consumers in online eye care heads to Senate

Alcon files suits against, Allied Vision, National Lens

FTC supports telehealth in Washington State

Contact lenses may soon dispense drugs, monitor glucose

Documentary on myopia will appeal to broad audience

OD students, patients benefit from training with advanced technology

Tangible Science expands into daily disposable contacts

South Carolina court order dismisses Opternative lawsuit

Treat AMD at first detection

Laurie Sorrenson, OD, FAAO

Outpatient vision therapy aids brain injury recovery

Jeffrey Becker, OD; Joseph Hallak, PhD, OD, FAAO

From The Editor

It takes a village to manage diabetes

Michael D. DePaolis, OD, FAAO

In the Journals

Manifest refraction shown superior to autorefraction in keratoconus

Increased consumption of certain dietary fatty acids may lower risk for glaucoma

Patients on glaucoma drugs have significant meibomian gland dropout

Study: Genetics largely determines treatment response to AREDS

Thermal pulsation improved comfort, contact lens wearing time in MGD

Eye movements may contribute to optic nerve damage in glaucoma

Corneal hysteresis may help assess glaucoma risk

PCON Reports

Interprofessional diabetes care improves with communication, regular screening

Tax Tips for the OD

Incorporated optometry practices can expect reduced tax rate with new law

Mark E. Battersby

What's Your Diagnosis?

Routine exam reveals thinning GCC

Nicholas Belill, OD; Leo P. Semes, OD, FAAO