COMPILED HERE are selected tips from this, Optometric Management’s December issue. We invite you to share your practice tips with us via email or on social media.
ALSO IN THE ISSUE
• YOU CAN IDENTIFY the cause of superficial punctate keratopathy via its location and appearance, says Dr. Savannah Long in “Cornea,” p.28. For example, early adenoviral keratoconjunctivitis may present with a non-descript, diffuse SPK without the other tell-tale signs of the condition.
• WHEN PATIENTS DIVULGE they have begun a ketogenic diet or would like to start one, advise they seek a medical doctor and dietitian who can ensure their body maintains ketosis, while avoiding the dangerous state of ketoacidosis, says Dr. Laurie Capogna in “Nutrition,” p.35.