Recognize the signs and symptoms of red eye that differentiate benign from vision-threatening ophthalmologic illnesses.
Mitch Ibach, OD, outlines the optometrist’s role in providing postoperative care for patients who undergo corneal collagen crosslinking.
Cecelia Koetting, OD, demonstrates the procedure for adjusting a light adjustable intraocular lens with UV treatment following cataract surgery.
The author describes the evolution of the workweek and how shortening the expected hours for full-time work without a decrease in compensation may increase the well-being of health care providers while not decreasing current productivity.
Andrew D. Pucker, OD, details a trial and error process for providing myopia control for a child with astigmatism using soft, toric, multifocal contact lenses.
Courtney Dryer, OD, discusses the advantages and pitfalls associated with the epi-on crosslinking procedure and implications for optometrists should the procedure receive FDA approval.
Optometrists address concerns resulting from the FDA’s decision to grant 510 (k) clearance to a company offering online eye exams.
Researchers described the effects of oral tecovirimat treatment in 2 men with monkeypox virus-associated severe proctitis.
Mile Brujic, OD, discusses the challenges allergic eye disease presents for contact lens wearers and provides solutions for comfortable lens wear.
Komal Patel, OD, and Nate Lighthizer, OD, discuss strategies for pre- and postprocedure management of patients with keratoconus who undergo corneal crosslinking.