Review of Cornea

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April 15, 2014


Clinical Care

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Can You Identify These Tricky Topographies? 

Early awareness of corneal surface anomalies can help to reveal the nature of the condition.
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Don't Let Dangerous Pathogens Resist Arrest 

Combine pharmacodynamic principles and advanced drug delivery systems to limit proliferation.
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Endothelial Cell Restoration: Growth or Graft? 

Regenerative research could impact the way we treat and manage corneal dystrophies.
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How Hypertension and High Cholesterol Harm the Eye 

Fortunately, the eye reveals warning signs when trouble's ahead.
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OCT for Glaucoma: Advantages and Artifacts 

Watch out for artifacts, particularly due to pathologic features such as an epiretinal membrane.


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Mo' Employees, Mo' Problems 

Take my latest new hire. Please, just take her!

Coding Abstract

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'Tis the Season for Sneezin' 

Prepare your practice to handle a windfall of ocular allergies.

Diagnostic Quiz

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The Ol’ Flomax Flop 

How would you effectively manage this patient?

Editor's Page

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Fit to be Tied 

Scope-of-practice battles remind us just how much misrepresentation of optometry still exists.

Glaucoma Grand Rounds

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IOP Rises as Mind Declines 

What went wrong with this long-term glaucoma patient?

Letters to the Editor

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Generic But Not Equal 

Response to February Feature on Rx

News Review

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Can Doxycycline Slow DR Progression? 

A daily dose of 50mg of doxycycline appears to inhibit diabetic retinopathy
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Color Blindness Most Common in White Boys 

Least common in African-American boys
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Eye Drops: 'Magic Bullet' for AMD 

Researchers may have discovered breakthrough treatment.
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Legislation in Tennessee to Allow ODs to Use Injectable Anesthetic 

Bills pass despite vigorous opposition from ophthalmologists.

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Make Your Smartphone an 'EyePhone' 

Stanford researchers develop innovative smartphone adapter.

Product Review

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Product Review 

The latest industry products.

Research Review

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Not Just Another Fish Story 

Dry eye sufferers could benefit from supplements that contain fish oils and other fatty acids.
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