“By Residents, For Residents” is the motto of EyeGuru.org, providing essential information to ophthalmology residents, from Residency Essentials guides to Flashcard Decks. The site’s latest blog post, written by site co-founder Dr. David Xu, a second year ophthalmology resident at UCLA, tackles the common question many residents face: “Which lenses should I buy?” It’s an important one; lenses are a significant cost to newly minted ophthalmologists, so you want to invest in lenses with the utility, performance, and quality to last you for years to come.
In his post, David reviews several of our slit lamp lenses, BIO lenses, and gonio lenses, comparing the magnification, field of view, application, and ease of use for each type of lens, and recommending his preferred choices. He even breaks down key lens parameters in a handy comparison chart.
While we did provide loaner lenses for David’s evaluation, he did not receive any other benefit from Volk, and all views and opinions in his post are his own.
Read the full blog post at: EyeGuru.org