Authors


Nathan Congdon

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Children’s mental health and the impact of vision impairment

Two studies conducted in collaboration with Orbis International explore how providing free glasses to children improves their ability to learn in school and that addressing visual impairment in children can alleviate depression and anxiety.


Douglas Katsev, MD

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Payment models for imaging: Procedures not covered by insurance policies

Tips to help eye care providers navigate the maze of insurance issues.


Anoud Al Saati, MD

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Posterior corneal elevation: Is there a role for premium IOLs?

Trifocal IOLs can, if implanted with caution, be suitable for patients with keratoconus.


Adrienne Scott, 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.


Arla Genstler, MD

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Cryopreserved amniotic membrane an option treatment of mechanical dry eye

Reservoir restoration can re establish the normal anatomy and function of the conjunctiva.


Richard D. Najac, MD, FACS

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New molecule for allergic conjunctivitis makes debut

First new therapy in nearly a decade offers another option for physicians, patients



William Segal, MD

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Good nutrition optimizes ocular surface in premium cataract patients

Improvements gained prior to surgery can result in positive outcomes.


Junsang Cho, BA

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Froin syndrome: Eyes are the window to the spine

Papilledema with back pain suggests spine lesion.


Ian C. Han, MD

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Blog: In honor of those who lift us

It’s been a minute, as the Baltimorean’s say, but I still remember my first day of residency. I knew next to nothing about ophthalmology but showed up smiling and eager to learn. I felt incredibly fortunate to be training at such a prestigious institution. I was awed by the distinguished faculty, and my co-residents couldn’t be any more impressive. In short, I wasn’t sure I belonged.


Ethan Pritikin

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More to keratoconus than meets the cornea: Be sure to flip the lids

Equally important is that any symptoms of ocular allergies should be addressed to reduce the frequency of eye rubbing.


Arghavan Almony, 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.


Leo P. Semes, 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.


Pouya Dayani, MD

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Tackling the challenge of noninfectious uveitis

Chronic cases can be difficult for retinal specialists, but treatment is satisfying.


Christina N. Grupcheva, MD, PhD

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Navigating the COVID-19 pandemic with ophthalmic patients in the hospital setting

New operating procedures ensure eye clinics can operate safely amid virus.


Steven J. Gedde, MD

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BLOG: The PTVT Trial and Clinical Applications

Joseph F. Panarelli MD, Steven J. Gedde, MD, and Vikram Paranjpe MD, MPH discuss the Primary Tube Versus Trabeculectomy (PTVT) study.


Sheri Rowen, MD, FACS

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The Impressions and Takeaways from Patient Case No. 2

An expert underscores the importance of a comprehensive dry eye examination and offers insights on distinguishing it from neurotrophic keratitis.


Filomena J. Ribeiro, MD, PhD, FEBO

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New presbyopia-correcting IOL provides spectacle independence

Lens combines diffractive multifocal and extended depth-of-focus properties.


Ranya Habash, MD

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Explaining cataract surgery to patients

In recognition of Cataract Awareness Month.


By Robert P. Finger, MD, PhD

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Assessing the quality of real-world evidence in retinal diseases

Real-world evidence is growing in importance as a source of information that can help support clinical decision-making when evaluated properly.


Robert J. Noecker, MD, MBA

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The ABCs of canaloplasty

Not only is canaloplasty designed to treat the entire conventional outflow pathway, facilitating flow through the trabecular meshwork, Schlemm canal, and collector channels, but it does so without a stent and without removing tissue.



Brent Woodland

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Pigskins and perception: How neuro-ophthalmology influences NFL referees

Every football fan knows the scrutiny that NFL game officials are put under every game day, and now a group of ophthalmologists is trying to ensure they can perform at their best each weekend.


Nadia K. Waheed, MD, MPH

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Future of Intravitreal Injection

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


Ehsan Rahimy, MD

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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.


Mary Walker

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Optical dispensary conversions

Practices can turn a moment of crisis into a win-win for all.


Laurent Bataille, PhD

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The relationship between myopia and conjunctival-scleral geometry

Nasotemporal sagittal height asymmetry a good biomarker of shortsightednes.



Claudio Trindade MD, PhD

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New IOLs for keratoconus and other aberrated corneas

Anterior segment surgeon expands on the use of the XtraFocus pinhole implant.


Michel Michaelides, MD, FRCOphth

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Focus on molecular mechanisms underlying cataract development

Several hundred genes are associated with congenital forms.

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