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Michelle Dalton
MIGS changing surgical glaucoma landscape, approach to procedures
Thomas W. Samuelson, MD, shares his perspective on how microinvasive glaucoma surgery has been integrated into his daily practice.
Study suggests ranibizumab superior for edema secondary to BRVO
Head-to-head randomized controlled study found ranibizumab to show more favorable results to treating macular edema secondary to BRVO than a single dose of dexamethasone.
Patient eligibility for telescope implant begins with pre-screening
Careful preoperative assessment is imperative for patients who may be candidates for the telescope implant. After implantation, patients are actively engaged in their rehabilitation with a low-vision specialist.
Real-world experience provides clarity to intravitreal injection misconception
Using real-world experience, a retinal surgeon highlights the optimal settings for use of steroid implants for treatment of diabetic macular edema.
Role of aberrometry may reduce refractive ‘surprises’
Intraoperative aberrometry may reduce refractive surprises and result in a higher percentage of happy patients following cataract surgery, particularly those who had undergone previous corneal refractive surgery and in those planning for a toric IOL.
Continuous AMD treatment favorable over the long term
Marc C. Peden, MD, presented data from his fixed interval dosing (FIDO) study that suggests continuous dosing results in favorable long-term preservation at 7 years with more than 43% of patients maintaining driving vision.
Subretinal fluid protective of vision, CATT study finds
Subretinal fluid protective of vision, CATT study finds
Subretinal fluid was associated with better visual acuity, whereas greater thickness of the subretinal tissue complex was associated with worse visual acuity in the second year of the Comparison of Age-related Macular Degeneration Treatment Trials.
In practice: Integrating a new I/A handpiece for femtocataract surgery
A disposable irrigation/aspiration handpiece is designed for the soft removal of cataracts following femtosecond laser fragmentation without the use of ultrasound energy. Dee Stephenson, MD, shares personal experiences with the integration of this technology into practice.
Beyond retinal nerve fiber layer loss: What optical imaging can tell us
Beyond retinal nerve fiber layer loss: What optical imaging can tell us
Taking a deeper look at several imaging technology which have advanced optical imaging.
Dropless cataract surgery offers ‘significant benefit’
Examining how utilizing an intravitreal transzonular injection can help patient compliance.

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