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Academy to Collect Donations for Haiti in Chicago2010_mtg_logo

Since the earthquake, the Academy has been working to assist our colleagues in Haiti in the rebuilding of their practices and the delivery of quality eye care. This year in Chicago, we invite you to bring items to donate—either ophthalmic equipment or current educational books or journals. Ophthalmic equipment must be in good working order. Equipment should be locally serviceable. Educational materials must be current and in good condition. The Academy cannot accept pharmaceuticals. To donate, bring your item(s) to the International Center (Booth 2480, Hall A) at the meeting, along with a completed Haiti Donation Form.


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Eye Banking’s Quiet Successes and Busy Future

The last gift of one person becomes the miracle of sight for another, thanks to an effective network of tissue banks and cornea surgeons around the country. (more)

 
 
 
Clinical Update

The Nonsurgical Brow-Life: Pleasing Patients and Diversifying Practices

Eyelid surgery has long been one of the more popular plastic surgeries, but in recent years, oculoplastic surgeons have come to recognize the draw of the brow-lift, too. In the video above, Kimberly P. Cockerham, MD, offers "liquid facelifts" with Botox and fillers in her practice in Palo Alto, Calif.

To read the entire Clinical Update, click here.

 
 
 
 
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Morning Rounds

When Night Falls Fast

The 57-year-old was having trouble seeing at night. It had gotten so bad that when it was dark she needed help getting to a well-lit area. What's your diagnosis? (more)

 
 
Ophthalmic Pearls

The Impact of Cataract Surgery on Preexisting Retinal Disease

This literature review points out the benefits and drawbacks of cataract surgery in patients with retinal diseases. (more)

 
 
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