JUN 2013

EyeWorld is the official news magazine of the American Society of Cataract & Refractive Surgery.

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4 EW Table of Contents June 2013 Comorbidities with multifocal IOL implantation 32 WORLD VIEW 8 When selecting patients for multifocal IOLs, physicians must consider conditions that could cause complications or impact the effectiveness of the IOL. by Ellen Stodola Presbyopia solutions on the horizon Monovision revisited 34 Kerry D. Solomon, MD Some patients can adapt to the reverse of the usual dominant eye for distance. by Erin L. Boyle Eyeing accommodative and multifocal IOLs in the pipeline 36 Continued quest for full range of presbyopic vision by Maxine Lipner Surgeons step cautiously toward dry eye supplements 38 Cover photo: Karl Brasse, MD, Eyeland-Design, Germany Feature June 2013 The lack of definitive data on effective clinical uses of dry eye supplements has led ophthalmologists to take varying approaches. by Rich Daly Presbyopia 32-39 N E WS & OP IN IO N Femtosecond lasers for cataract surgery gaining ground, survey shows 3 Higher volume surgeons can pay off the devices in less than five years. by Michelle Dalton Pharmaceutical focus The beauty of botulinum toxins and fillers 14 Augmenting with aesthetic agents by Maxine Lipner Insights Privacy and paranoia 20 Dr. Noreika describes measures to minimize the risk of security breaches in a practice. by J.C. Noreika, MD, MBA Complicated cataract cases Modifying chair may help in complicated cases 26 Dr. Fine describes a modified waiting room chair that can accommodate cataract patients who are not able to fully recline. by I. Howard Fine, MD CATAR ACT There's an app for that (iPhone slit lamp photography)! 10 C O R N EA Tools & techniques Chief medical editor's corner of the world BostonSight PROSE treatment expands 28 The Singer Fixator 22 Dr. Hoffman reviews the benefits of this tool. by Richard S. Hoffman, MD Christian Hester, MD, shares what inspired him to explore iPhone slit lamp photography and how he managed to solve the various problems he encountered. by David F. Chang, MD Recent growth leads to greater interest in severe OSD treatment option. by Vanessa Caceres 16 Increasing allergies worldwide will affect ophthalmologists 16 Current research focuses on allergy upswing and climate change. by Vanessa Caceres Cataract/IOL complications: Moran CPC reports A case of postoperative opacification of a hydrophilic acrylic IOL 24 by Shannon Stallings, MD, Liliana Werner, MD, PhD, Nick Mamalis, MD 10 ASCRS president lays out society's 'noble goals' 12 Dr. Donnenfeld addressed ASCRS members as he took the helm of ASCRS at the recent annual meeting in San Francisco. 28 2013 ASCRS•ASOA Symposium & Congress Best Papers of Session 18 Dry eye diagnosis in children takes some detective work 30 The causes and treatment in pediatric patients take on a slightly different twist than in adults. by Vanessa Caceres 24

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