Dr. Roger Steinert offers advice on how to begin learning ICD-10. The most important tip? Don't wait.
Dr Roger Steinert relates the salient points from the refractive surgery subspecialty day at this year's American Academy of Ophthalmology meeting, where judge and jury debated the latest technology.
Dr Roger Steinert describes the latest presbyopia-correcting intraocular lenses expected to reach the US market soon.
Dr Roger Steinert summarizes the latest tips and tricks to avoid the common pitfalls in cataract surgery.
Dr Roger Steinert thinks it's inexplicable that we're a decade behind Europe because of the law's restrictions on the FDA approval process for new devices. A change is needed.
Dr Roger Steinert shares the key points from the Jackson Memorial Lecture on retinoblastoma. Despite treatment advances, more remains to be done to combat this significant global health problem.
A look at this year's exciting new developments in the treatment of retinal diseases and a peek at what's to come.
A collaboration between Wills Eye Hospital and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention helps underserved, high-risk patients to be treated for glaucoma through a community outreach program.
Ophthalmologists will soon have a new tool to help thousands of patients affected by corneal problems.
A team of ophthalmologists and HIV specialists were not sure what to do with this complicated patient, so they turned to the rheumatologist to help with a treatment decision.