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Don't Hold Back: Topical Steroids in Clinical ...

With a little extra consideration and care, you can safely use steroids to treat a range of ocular conditions.

How Anti-Inflammatory Agents Work

Understanding corticosteroid and NSAID mechanisms can help you to choose and use them wisely. An expert explains.

Keeping the Cornea Clear

While a complex, remarkable system with a tough line of defense, the cornea sometimes needs a little help from practitioners. 

Kids Aren't Short Adults: Tips for Fitting Young ...

Prescribing contact lenses to children requires a vastly different approach compared to adults. Here are some things to keep in mind.

Is That Corneal Infiltrate Sterile or Infectious?

Differentiating between the two requires close observation and analysis. Here's a results-oriented approach.

Bringing Clarity to CLARE

Understanding and knowing how to treat this common contact lens complication can benefit both your patients and your practice.

Dry Eye: See It Through Their Eyes

Patient questionnaires quantify the subjective experience of the disease. Though vital for research, are they worth using in your practice?

Special Care Keeps Specialty Lens Wearers Safe

Contact lens care is a vital step to the continued safety and health of the contact lens patient. So how does lens care differ in the case of sclerals and ...

A Systematic Look at the Ocular Surface

The tear film is the nexus of many seemingly distinct structures and clinical entities. Be mindful of such links when managing OSD.

Mastering the Mechanics of Ocular Allergy

An expert reveals the complex inner workings of this seemingly simple condition, to help you deliver appropriately targeted therapy.

Rethinking GPC: A New Look at an Old Problem

How well do you know this common contact lens complication?

Unmasking the Dry Eye Masqueraders

A patient presents with all the classic signs of dry eye disease. But what if it’s not that simple?
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Cyclosporine — Not Just for Dry Eye?

Literature suggests this immunosuppressant may be suited to ...
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A 'Coherent' Strategy for Fitting Scleral Lenses

OCT: It's not just for retina anymore!
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Band Together

Here’s how an everyday rubber band will make your ...
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Don't Hold Back: Topical Steroids in Clinical Practice

With a little extra consideration and care, you can safely ...
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Kids Aren't Short Adults: Tips for Fitting Young Contact Lens Wearers

Prescribing contact lenses to children requires a vastly ...
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In Brief

Here's a snapshot of what it happening in the industry.
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Keeping the Cornea Clear

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Is That Corneal Infiltrate Sterile or Infectious?

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March 2015  1.00 Credits

Mastering the Mechanics of Ocular Allergy

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January 2015  1.00 Credits

Glaucoma and Dry Eye: Principles and Parallels

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November 2014  1.00 Credits

The Final Cut: Surgical Correction of Presbyopia

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Stopping Corneal Erosion With Amniotic Membranes

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Controlling Myopia, Changing Lives

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Decoding the Genetics of Corneal Disease

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