Primary Care Optometry News


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

Table of Contents

New Jersey passes patient access law

ODs can play a role in rehab for mTBI

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

FDA approves Bausch + Lomb's Lumify for treatment of eye redness

Morning dry eye may be caused by incomplete lid seal


Innovega receives patent allowances for wearable display technology

Aerie Pharmaceuticals announces FDA approval of Rhopressa

Neurostimulator increases tear production

Prevent Blindness supports 6-year extension of CHIP

Study shows efficacy of meibomian gland probing

From The Editor

Identify autoimmune disease as early as possible

Michael D. DePaolis, OD, FAAO

In the Journals

Hot tea, not coffee, associated with reduced risk for glaucoma

Few providers discuss glaucoma drug costs with patients

Meeting News

Give special consideration of glaucoma imaging in patients with myopia

Vaccinate all patients over 50 years for herpes zoster

Surgeon surprised by number who test positive for Sjögren’s biomarkers

Sustained-release glaucoma treatments in the pipeline will increase adherence

Widefield OCT imaging enhances diagnostic decision-making in retinal disease

Most important part of ptosis treatment is the preoperative exam

Early detection of AMD integral to achieving best vision long-term

Determine if excess tearing is from increased lacrimation, decreased drainage

Adjustable IOLs will disrupt how patients decide, doctors deliver

Endothelial cell loss higher in cataract patients with diabetes

PCON Reports

Comanagement a priority in patients with autoimmune disease

Tax Tips for the OD

Tax Cuts and Jobs Act brings reduced personal tax rates, brackets

Mark E. Battersby

What's Your Diagnosis?

Patient reports deteriorating vision after cataract surgery

Aaron Bronner, OD