Tangential images can help ophthalmologists select correct intraocular lens calculator for post-refractive patients having cataract surgery.
Advancing Insights into Diabetic Eye Disease
More information is needed about disease pathogenesis, response to treatment and how we prevent complications. Cole Eye Institute’s Rishi Singh, MD, reviews research underway.
FDA Warning for Compounded Vancomycin Eye Injections: Our Take
With the recent FDA warning against use of compounded vancomycin products in cataracts surgery, some ophthalmologists will need to adjust their practices.
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Avoiding Refractive Surprises in Cataract Surgery
Accurately measuring corneas that have been altered by contact lens wear or previous refractive surgery is a challenge. Achieving success requires special care.
Managing Complications of Flomax in Cataract Procedures
Flomax relaxes the smooth muscle of the bladder neck, but it also relaxes the iris dilator muscle, causing problems for cataract surgery. Get strategies for maintaining dilation during surgery.
Case Studies: Cataract Surgery for Narrow-Angle Glaucoma
Once the exclusive domain of glaucoma surgeons, angle-closure glaucoma can now be treated with cataract surgery. Find out how it worked in two specific cases.