March/April 2004

 

In this Issue

Glaucoma Today

Issue

Perfusion Pressure and Glaucoma

Work is ongoing toward understanding the participation of vascular phenomena in the pathophysiology of glaucoma.

By Alon Harris, PhD

Treating Glaucoma During Pregnancy

What we know and how to proceed.

By Alana L. Grajewski, MD

The Ahmed Glaucoma Valve Flexible Plate

A look at how this device may fit into practice.

By Steven R. Sarkisian, Jr, MD, and Peter A. Netland, MD, PhD

The “Well-Controlled” but Progressing Glaucoma Patient

What to consider when faced with such an individual.

By Tony Realini, MD

Tax Planning for 2004 (not 2003!)

The sooner you start, the better prepared you will be.

By Michael P. Hatch, CFP, JD

5 Questions With Allan E. Kolker, MD

By Allan E. Kolker, MD

Dynamic Contour Tonometry

Overcoming the limitations of applanation tonometry.

By Robert L. Stamper, MD
 

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