November/December 2019


At the Intersection of Sex and Dry Eye

Biological differences affect a patient's risk of dry eye, pathophysiology and treatment response.

Hot Topics in Bacterial Keratitis

Understanding common pathogens and effective treatments is essential in managing these patients with the most successful results.

Smart Strategies for Using Antibiotics to Treat Corneal Infection

Understand when to initiate appropriate therapy options.

Take On Neurotrophic Keratitis With These Clinical Tools

The more it progresses, the more challenging it becomes, so early detection and diagnosis are key.

Unlocking the Mystery of Corneal DystrophiesC.E.

Optometrists are often the first to detect the clues and sleuth out the diagnosis of corneal dystrophies.


Corneal Consult

Herpetic Keratouveitis Front to Back

Don’t forget to check the posterior segment to catch the worst manifestation.

Fitting Challenges

The “Wow” Starts Now

Correcting residual astigmatism can be the difference between a good visual outcome and a great one.

My Perspective

New Contacts, Same Old Mistakes

Besides learning from the consequences, how can patients better understand compliance?

Practice Progress

The ABCs of EBMD

Although the presentation of epithelial basement membrane dystrophy may be subtle, its visual outcomes may not be.

The Big Picture

A Knotty Problem

Sutures pose a challenge for contact lens fitting, necessitating an elevation-specific design.

The GP Experts

GPs: Now and Beyond

A conversation with prolific GP expert Ed Bennett, OD, on what these lenses still have to offer.