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Nancy Groves
Exploring non-surgical therapy for periocular skin cancer
Local surgical excision remains the preferred therapy for periocular and facial basal cell carcinoma. However, interest is growing in nonsurgical drug therapy for locally advanced or metastatic basal cell carcinoma.
Three novel antibodies may lead to the early diagnosis of Sjogren’s syndrome
More information is needed about patients who test positive for one or more of three novel antibodies found to be correlated with early stages of Sjögren’s syndrome in a mouse model.
Glaucoma and outer space: What’s the connection?
What if glaucoma is actually a “two-pressure” disease caused by a differential between intraocular pressure (IOP) and cerebrospinal fluid pressure (CSFp)?
Keratoconus, crosslinking, and the changing treatment model
Keratoconus is perceived as having a small public health impact. With an estimated prevalence of ≥1/2000—considerably higher in certain parts of the world—that may be understandable.
Sports vision for the real world
With a change of perspective, any optometrist can add sports vision to his practice.
What you need to know before selling nutraceuticals
Many of your patients are interested in maintaining or improving their vision, but they may walk into your office with wrong information.
Ebola and the eye
Ebola and the eye
The unexpected discovery of viable Ebola virus in the eye of a patient who had recovered from the systemic disease has strengthened efforts to learn more about ophthalmic and systemic complications of Ebola survivors and has translated to management and follow-up strategies in West Africa.
IRIS Registry may do more than improve patient outcomes
The IRIS Registry can improve patient outcomes by giving physicians access to information that could identify potential areas of quality improvement based on their patient population.
Fundus perimetry may alter management of glaucoma
A new fundus perimetry device could provide reduced test-retest variability, increased sensitivity, higher accuracy, and simultaneous structure-function assessment.
Prepping patients for success on therapy for their CDE
Chronic dry eye is underdiagnosed and undertreated, but careful observation, good listening skills, and proven treatment approaches can help patients achieve better vision.