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Subspecialties Glaucoma

Ever Evolving, Always Improving

| Daniel Lee

MIGS has revolutionized glaucoma surgery, but there’s still room for improvement. Let’s talk XEN…


Subspecialties Cornea / Ocular Surface

Longer-Lasting Benefits

| Alice T. Epitropoulos

Are sustained-release drugs the answer to ophthalmology’s topical drop problem?

Business & Profession Health Economics and Policy

The Forgotten Crisis

| Natalie Weil

For those living in Zaatari, the world's largest Syrian refugee camp, the privilege of eye care is far from guaranteed

Business & Profession Health Economics and Policy

Patient Safety Without Borders

| Hunter Cherwek, Noelle Whitestone

The importance of accreditation in delivering eye care to all patients, regardless of location

Subspecialties COVID-19

Caution: Surgeons at Risk

| John Liu, Irfan Nizarali Kherani, Ike Ahmed

Understanding all routes of viral spread during surgery should mitigate the risk of COVID-19 transmission from patient to doctor

Subspecialties COVID-19

Telemedicine: Seeing the Patient Through a New Lens

| Joseph Anaya, Mary Fuska

In the wake of the pandemic, many physicians are taking the opportunity to permanently expand their portfolio of telemedicine solutions

Business & Profession Education and Training

Helping Ophthalmology Residents Fall in Love

| Tara A. Uhler, Laura J. Heinmiller, John Cropsey

How the residency program at Wills Eye instils competence, confidence – and a life-long passion for the field

Subspecialties Comprehensive

Putting Out Uveitis Fires

| James P. Dunn

Accurate and timely uveitis identification can save a patient’s vision – and sometimes their life

Subspecialties COVID-19

Cancer Never Stops – and Neither Do We

| Carol Shields

Organizing our ocular oncology service in unprecedented circumstances

Subspecialties Comprehensive

It Takes a Village

| Jurij R. Bilyk

When it comes to the skull base – an area where multiple specialties intersect, patient management and treatment is a group effort

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