SEP 2013

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

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4 September 2013 EW Table of Contents Diagnostic curve balls 46 WORLD VIEW 10 When topography or tomography show a warning sign, what should you do? by Michelle Dalton Refractive challenges require out-of-the box thinking LASIK complications and creation of a free cap 48 When complications occur, knowing how to deal with the issue and a patient's visual goals are key by Ellen Stodola Kerry D. Solomon, MD Refractive amblyopia case: What would you do? 51 A young patient presents with multiple issues, and the question of how to treat the case is posed to several surgeons, including the treating physician by Erin L. Boyle Cover photo: Karl Brasse, MD, Eyeland-Design, Germany Feature September 2013 Novel management of astigmatism and beyond 53 New system synergistically integrates technology to enhance accuracy by Maxine Lipner Refractive challenges and innovations 46-55 N E WS & OP IN IO N ASCRS•ASOA Winter Update meeting to offer intimate setting 3 The meeting is set to take place in a relaxed setting but will still provide the best in expert opinions and clinical knowledge by Erin L. Boyle Bias, conflict of interest, and CME presentations 8 Dr. Steinert and Dr. Banja discuss the perception of bias and conflict of interest in CME activities by Robert Steinert, MD, and John Banja, PhD Tools & techniques Why objective measurement of visual quality and optical scatter is critical in surgical planning and decision making 18 If something costs nothing, what's it worth? 26 Dr. Noreika describes the results reported in "The Oregon Experiment – Effects of Medicaid on Clinical Outcomes" by J.C. Noreika, MD, MBA Jay Pepose, MD, PhD, reviews his experience with the Visiometrics HD Analyzer by Jay Pepose, MD, PhD Femtosecond laser offers potential for additional indications 20 The laser could have uses across ophthalmic subspecialties by Erin L. Boyle A A O P R EV I EW: N E W O R LE A N S 2 0 1 3 New Orleans dining 30 New Orleans attractions 32 New Orleans arts and events 34 CATAR ACT Cataract/IOL complications: Moran CPC reports A case of postoperative opacification of a hydrophilic acrylic IOL after DSAEK 27 by Anne Floyd, MD, Liliana Werner, MD, PhD, Nick Mamalis, MD 38 2013 ASCRS•ASOA Symposium & Congress Best Papers of Session 14 Anterior segment grand rounds Where's the pupil? 15 Dr. Safran and other experts discuss the case of an 85-year-old woman who had a pupil that was completely occluded by Steven G. Safran, MD The Alliance of Specialty Medicine Fly-In: Advocacy does make a difference 22 New Orleans tours and excursions 38 Members of the ASCRS Government Relations Committee discuss legislative issues affecting ophthalmology by Brock Bakewell, MD, Robert Lehmann, MD, Paul Arnold, MD, and Priscilla Arnold, MD New Orleans nightlife 40 27 Chief medical editor's corner of the world Saving Sight: A great book for the public to gain insight into what we do 24 15 New Orleans shopping 36 Dr. Chang interviews retina specialist Andrew Lam, MD, about his book Saving Sight: An eye surgeon's look at life behind the mask and the heroes who changed the way we see by David F. Chang, MD The art of advanced technology IOLs A rose by any other name would smell as sweet: Elective IOLs, premium IOLs, or advanced technology IOLs 28 Dr. Tipperman describes the evolution of names for presbyopic correcting and toric IOLs by Richard Tipperman, MD R EF R A C TI V E Refractive editor's corner of the world How do you use your topographer? 42 William Tullo, OD, shares his thoughts on evaluating corneal topography by William Tullo, OD

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