Authors


Alain M. Bron, MD

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MIGS helping to personalize glaucoma surgery options

Although minimally invasive procedure gives hope, additional research is required.


Lee MacMorris

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Evolution of optical coherence tomography of the human eye

Adolf Fercher's 2D image of fundus paved way for today’s imaging technique.


Thomas Aaberg Jr, MD

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A roadmap to preserving the prime years of patients diagnosed with MacTel

According to Thomas Aaberg, MR, the novel therapy is geared to treat rare, debilitating eye disease.


Winston Posvar, OD, MS

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The future of decentralized clinical trials in ophthalmology

Research can drive opportunities for patients with rare diseases


Randy McNamara

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Fulfilling expectations: A super highway to workability

A powerful conversation about expectations can open communication and trust.


Daniel F Kiernan, MD, FACS

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Impressions and Takeaways From Patient Case #2

Daniel F Kiernan, MD, FACS, discusses the use of anti-inflammatory treatment when experiencing sub-optimal response with anti-VEGF therapy in DME.


Jason Smith, DNP, CRNA

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Study finds sublingual troche, IV sedation are equivalent for cataract surgery

The method by which sedation is applied to keep patients relaxed and comfortable throughout cataract surgery can be tailored similar to that of anesthesia — surgical anesthesia is not a one size fits all endeavor.


Victor A. Augustin, MD

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Artificial DMEK could help tackle endothelial donor tissue shortage

New acrylic implant provides option for patients with endothelial dysfunction.


Marc R. Bloomenstein, OD, FAAO

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Topical presbyopic correction: a postoperative problem solver

Presbyopia-correcting drops represent a whole new product category—one with a lot of upsides for clinicians who want to help their patients see well at all distances.


Vasant Raman, MS, FRCS

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Should nonclinicians inject dexamethasone implants?

Studies on nurse-led services find a low level of complications among patients.


Michael Greenwood, MD

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Advantages of incorporating ECP into the surgeon’s armamentarium

Short learning curve, significant clinical advantages make this a comfortable addition.


Phillip H. Phan, PhD

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Clearing hurdles to large scale telemedicine adoption

During the COVID-19 pandemic, it is important to develop technologies to keep patients and staff safe, while treating the diseases of the eye


Steven Ferrucci, OD, FAAO

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ACHIEVING IMPROVED OUTCOMES THROUGH PARTNERSHIPS BETWEEN OPTOMETRISTS AND RETINA SPECIALISTS

Considerations in the treatment of diabetic retinopathy and diabetic macular edema.


Robert Fintelmann, MD, FACS

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Monitor keratoconus progression after cross-linking treatment

Contemporary scleral lenses work so well that stable vision in them cannot necessarily be taken as a sign that KC progression has stopped. Determination of KC progression requires advanced imaging.


Shivani Majmudar

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One shingle at a time: Starting a solo practice

Sometimes, the best job for you is the one you create.


Delu Song, MD, PhD, MTR

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IVIg, ICVM may help patients with small fiber neuropathy, neuropathic corneal pain

NCP should be considered for patients with discomfort, irritation, dryness, grittiness.



David A. Eichenbaum, MD

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Take-Home Points for the Treatment of AMD and DME

David A. Eichenbaum, MD, FASRS and Caroline Baumal, MD provide take-home messages to providers treating AMD and DME.


Roger A. Goldberg, MD, MBA

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Case 3: Treating nAMD in the Presence of Geographic Atrophy

Retina experts deliberate on the role of fluorescein angiography in AMD and discuss initiation of anticomplement therapy for geographic atrophy in conjunction with anti-VEGF therapy for neovascular AMD.


Marta Villalba González, MD

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Tools can detect corneal nerve damage early

Noncontact esthesiometry screens for all levels of neurotrophic keratitis.


William Tarver, MD

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Investigators research ocular health after space flight

Spaceflight-associated neuro-ocular syndrome a potential challenge during long missions.


Susan Watson, MD

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Next-generation MGD: Patients in their 20s, 30s offer new perspectives

Long-term screen users and contact lens wearers in group face challenges.



Carl Danzig, MD

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Case 3: Treating nAMD in the Presence of Geographic Atrophy

Retina experts deliberate on the role of fluorescein angiography in AMD and discuss initiation of anticomplement therapy for geographic atrophy in conjunction with anti-VEGF therapy for neovascular AMD.


Robert T Ang, MD

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Two-year results of laser scleral microporation

Procedure can reduce scleral biomechanical stiffness and rejuvenate dynamic range of focus.


Sunil Mamtora, MD

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A portable solution for high-definition slit lamp imaging

TAKE-HOME: This affordable device allows the view through a slit lamp to be shared in real time or recorded, for teaching and reference purposes.


Peter Mortensen, MD

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Investigators research ocular health after space flight

Spaceflight-associated neuro-ocular syndrome a potential challenge during long missions.


David M. Brown, MD

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Future of Intravitreal Injection

Nadia K. Waheed, MD, MPH, and David M. Brown, MD, discuss the future of intravitreal injections.


Radhika Rampat, MBBS, FRCOphth

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Standardizing terminology for clarity in refractive surgery

Language can drive understanding, trust, and better outcomes for patients


T.Y. Alvin Liu, MD

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Clearing hurdles to large scale telemedicine adoption

During the COVID-19 pandemic, it is important to develop technologies to keep patients and staff safe, while treating the diseases of the eye

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