Gonioscopy is key to preventing ocular complications of angle closure, identifying structures essential to the glaucoma exam and ultimately making a diagnosis. Here are seven tried-and-true tips for a great examination.
View this video series for residents explaining the geometric optics needed to study optics of the eye, optical instruments, and correction of ametropia.
The advent of optical coherence tomography has fundamentally changed the management of many retinal diseases. Thanks to OCT, practitioners can now quantify details of the retinal anatomy more easily and accurately. Here are four tips for using OCT to assess macular scans.
The Number One (or Number Two) Guide to Practical Techniques and Principles — a comprehensive resource for residents learning the art of refraction. Subjective Refraction and Prescribing Glasses
Source: Richard J. Kolker, MD