January/February 2004


In this Issue

Glaucoma Today


Improving the Success of Filtering Surgery

Which drugs should be avoided? The simple answer is all of them.

By Geoffrey T. Emerick, MD

A Modified Technique for Holmium Laser Sclerostomy

Changes that minimize complications.

By Wayne F. March, MD

Target IOP for Advanced Glaucoma

Does everyone need an IOP of 12.3 mm Hg? Why would we even ask?

By Robert D. Fechtner, MD

Glaucoma Laser Therapy

Clinical pearls from an experienced surgeon.

By Thomas E. Bournias, MD

Optimal Management Requires Structural and Functional Analysis

Structural changes often predate functional loss.

By Rochelle Nataloni, Contributing Editor

Normal-Tension Glaucoma

By Amanda L. Cook, MD; Lily Im, MD; and Janis Reed, MD

5 Questions With Paul L. Kaufman, MD

By Paul L. Kaufman, MD

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