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ARVO 2015 Report: Bridging Research & Practice

Our picks for 20 of this year's most clinically relevant papers in the field of cornea and contact lenses.

Diagnostic Imaging Technology for Corneal Analysis

Do you know the latest options for precisely evaluating the cornea?

Doctor, Why Is My Vision Blurry?

Corneal irregularities in pathology cases can reduce vision but are often overlooked, as disease management takes precedence. Here are some things to look for ...

The Evolution of Keratoconus Care

Researchers and practitioners alike continue to make advances toward better treatment of this progressive disease. Here’s a look at the current state of ...

The Fight Against Discomfort: Innovations in ...

New lens materials and technologies are making their way into the market. Here's a refresher on the latest available to your patients.

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?
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