Author Archives: Sarah Guthrie

Practitioner Reference: Communication in Myopia Management

Kate and Paul Gifford provide an infographic with communication tips eye care practitioners can use when discussing myopia management Continue reading

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Practitioners Must Embrace Myopia Management

Mark Bullimore, Paul Chamberlain, and Noel Brennan discuss why myopia management is so important Continue reading

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Asian and Western refractive centile curves from meta-analysis of population refraction data

James Loughman demonstrates the generation of refractive centile curves from over 35,000 children showing the normal development patterns in refraction for boys and girls Continue reading

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Article Review: Long-term Effect of Dual-focus Contact Lenses on Myopia Progression in Children: A 6-year Multicenter Clinical Trial

Debbie Jones outlines results from the longest continuous myopia control soft contact lens study involving children Continue reading

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Structural and Functional Corneal Nerve Abnormalities suggest the Neurosensory Origin of Contact Lens Discomfort

Pedram Hamrah, MD is the Interim Chairman, Department of Ophthalmology and Professor of Ophthalmology at Tufts University School of Medicine in Boston. Dr. Hamrah trained in Ocular and Transplantation Immunology at the Schepens Eye Research Institute of Mass. Eye and … Continue reading

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What is neuropathic ocular surface pain and what can we do about it?

Anat Galor, MD, MSPH is a cornea and uveitis trained specialist with a dual appointment at the Miami Veterans Affairs (VA) medical center and the Bascom Palmer Eye Institute, University of Miami Miller School of Medicine. Dr. Galor currently runs … Continue reading

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A case of Pain in the Eyes

Richard Maharaj OD, FAAO is the director of interventional dry eye services at the Prism Eye Institute in Southern Ontario. He obtained his Doctor of Optometry from the University of Waterloo and is a Fellow of the American Academy of … Continue reading

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Article Review: Neuropathic corneal pain following LASIK surgery: a retrospective case series

Jessica Steen OD, FAAO is an Assistant Professor at Nova Southeastern University College of Optometry where she serves as Director of the Glaucoma Service and as an attending optometric physician at the College’s Eye Care Institute. Dr. Steen graduated from … Continue reading

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Use of a scleral contact lens to manage a patient with a persistent epithelial defect due to neurotrophic keratitis

Melanie Frogozo provides a case report of using a scleral lens to manage a persistent epithelial defect. Continue reading

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From Vision to Ocular Surface Rehabilitation: A Paradigm Shift in Scleral Lens Prescribing

Boris Severinsky shows the benefits of fitting scleral lenses to manage ocular surface disease Continue reading

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