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Special-Ops Ophthalmology in the Age of Antibiotic Resistance

With the rapid increase of superbugs, many once-reliable drugs are becoming obsolete. Strategies and tactics to help ophthalmologists fight back. (more)



EyeNet's Annual Meeting Publications

If you miss any part of the Annual Meeting or want to find out more about the Orlando show floor, catch up with Academy News and the Guide to Academy Exhibitors.

Ophthalmic Pearls: Glaucoma

ICE syndrome is an acquired disorder that is usually unilateral and affects predominantly women in early to middle adulthood. (more)

Images in the slideshow above depict clinical signs of the disease as well as hallmarks of the three clinical variations, Chandler syndrome, progressive iris atrophy and Cogan-Reese syndrome.

Morning Rounds

A Foreign Body Sensation

The naval officer had just returned from a camping trip, and his left eye was irritated and tearing. What's your diagnosis? (more)
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How do you qualify for the EHR bonus? Download an advance copy of the Eye M.D.'s guide to the EHR incentive program. This supplement is also mailed with the October issue of EyeNet Magazine.



Shopping for an EHR system? The Academy asked EHR vendors whether their systems addressed the 23 features on the Academy's EHR checklist. Download a chart showing responses—and the Orlando booth numbers—of the first 15 companies to reply. This supplement will be distributed at the Academy's Annual Meeting. (For the most current list of vendor responses, click here.)

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