In this Q&A, Drs Serota and Thakarar discuss the dual subspecialty of infectious disease and addiction medicine and its role in combating the ongoing opioid epidemic.
Edmund Tsui, MD, social media editor for the American Academy of Ophthalmology’s journal Ophthalmology, guides readers through what’s trend-worthy in eye care.
For too long, we have accepted that myopia and myopia progression are normal aspects of aging. With new management tools and treatment options, this message needs to change immediately.
Anterior chamber cells and flare-ups are commonplace following both procedures and will likely be observed during biomicroscopic evaluation.
DNPs offer their personal experiences on responding to microaggressions in the workplace as well as tips on achieving advancements.
In-school vision screenings often fail to adequately detect threats to ocular health. Can a remedial approach help, or is it time to suspend them?
Clinicians must take time to educate patients on the value of a comprehensive eye exam and its role as a preventative measure for potentially serious ocular conditions, 4 optometrists argue.
The web is full of fun finds and interesting insights. Here’s some recommended reading from Cheryl Murphy, OD.
Although several states exclude optometrists from performing laser procedures, these treatments have been taught at all US optometry schools for years.
With a few tips, any optometrist can become an expert at using amniotic membranes.