Primary Care Optometry News


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

Table of Contents

Who is afraid of an IRS audit?

Mark E. Battersby

AOA encourages employers to endorse eye exams in 2020 program

MacuLogix introduces next generation of dark adaptation testing device

Mojo Vision initiates development of smart contact lens with zoom feature

Myopia institute forms task forces for deeper investigation

Thorough dry eye evaluation can help personalize treatment

Swept-source OCT offers clinical, practical advantages

In the Journals

U.S. optometrists report barriers in low vision care

Corneal properties may be significant risk factors for glaucoma progression

IOP fluctuation may predict rate of visual field deterioration

Original, generic PGAs show no significant difference in IOP, tolerability

OCTA of choroidal microvasculature may facilitate glaucoma diagnoses

Meeting News

AI has potential to guide glaucoma management

Patience needed to grow OCTA adoption in practice

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

Teprotumumab significantly improves proptosis in thyroid eye disease

Management of postop ptosis depends on severity

Practices must create a system to deal with PBM drug denial

Light Adjustable Lens ‘truly a disruptive technology’

Increase in myopia will lead to rise in retinal conditions

Fixed, frequent dosing optimal for wet AMD, but difficult to achieve

Surgeons debate postop inflammation management in cataract patients

Santen plans entry in US glaucoma market

What's Your Diagnosis?

Visual disturbance with undiagnosed etiology