Find an Eye MD near you!

Infections after strabismus surgery occur in approximately 1 case per 1200 procedures.1 Although extremely rare, these infections can be devastating. The source of most infections is thought to be contamination of the sutures and needles used in surgery,2,3 with colonization rates as high as 28%.4 The bacteria are suspected to originate from the eyelid margin, conjunctiva, and periocular skin.

Read full article on AAO Journal


Diagnose This: Minimizing ocular movement during phacoemulsification

◦Attention colleagues! Please reach out to your member of Congress regarding the rising drug prices and lack of tra…

Looks like a great weekend for the WVAEPS 2018 Scientific Conference at the Greenbrier!!! Hope you made your regis…

Suffering eye strain at work? Follow these tips from the American Academy of Ophthalmology to get some relief.