EyeNet Magazine
CXL for Corneal Ectasia: Reshaping the Future of Treatment

The recently published Preferred Practice Pattern guidelines shed a new light on treatment options for keratoconus and other ectasias. 

Learn how one approach—corneal cross-linking—is changing the therapeutic landscape.


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Multimedia Extra: Feature
In the video above, Gaurav Prakash, MD, FRCS, performs collagen cross-linking on a patient with keratoconus.

Read more. This month’s feature explores the range of therapeutic options for corneal ectasias, with a particular focus on cross-linking, alone or in combinations.

Video courtesy of Gaurav Prakash, MD, FRCS.

April 2014 Blink
Morning Rounds

How'd That Get There?

She was worried. Over a two-month period, she had noticed that the vision in her right eye was becoming progressively dimmer.

The 92-year-old woman consulted an ophthalmologist and was referred to us for evaluation of decreased vision and peculiar deposits on her posterior chamber intraocular lens implant.

What’s your diagnosis?

April 2014 Morning Rounds
Supplements with April's EyeNet

Cataract and Refractive Cases Jambalaya
Enjoy the highlights of a CME symposium, with insights from Eric D. Donnenfeld, MD, Edward J. Holland, MD, Stephen S. Lane, MD, and Keith A. Warren, MD.

Guide to PQRS 2014
Download an overview of reporting options along with detailed listings—including ICD-9 and ICD-10 codes—for the 17 PQRS measures that Eye M.D.s might use.

April 2014 EyeNet Supplements

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