May/June 2004

 

In this Issue

Glaucoma Today

Issue

Reappraising the Safety of Beta-Blocker Therapy for Glaucoma

Evidence from scientific data debunks some long-held beliefs.

By Paul J. Lama, MD

Succeeding With the Pars Plana Glaucoma Implant

Indications for and surgical advice on this shunt’s placement.

By Robert M. Feldman, MD

Evaluation of the Glaucoma Suspect

Using clinical data to make treatment decisions.

By Eydie Miller, MD

Excimer Laser Trabeculostomy

A new, minimally invasive surgical procedure for the treatment of open-angle glaucoma.

By Michael S. Berlin, MD; Jens Funk, MD, PhD; Mona Pache, MD; Sonja Wilmsmeyer, MD; Ulrich Giers, MD; Lea Kleineberg, MD; and Iqbal Ike Ahmed, MD, FRCSC

5 Questions With George L. Spaeth, MD, FACS

By George L. Spaeth, MD, FACS

Software Upgrades for Automated Perimetry

New developments for automated visual field testing.

By Chris A. Johnson, PhD
 

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