July/August 2004


In this Issue

Glaucoma Today


Fixed-Combination Glaucoma Drops

Their place in practice and recent developments.

By Richard A. Lewis, MD

Transconjunctival MMC for Needle Revisions

Recent findings suggest that a new technique is successful in the revitalization of nonfunctioning trabeculectomy.

By Andrew G. Iwach, MD, and Mariana Mata-Plathy, MD

Interpreting Visual Fields

Advice on using staging systems to make informed treatment decisions.

By Jeffrey D. Henderer, MD

Modulating Wound Healing After Glaucoma Surgery

Advances in techniques and treatments.

By Peng T. Khaw, PhD, FRCS, FRCOphth, FRCP, FRCPath, FIBiol, FmedSci; Emma Jones, MD, MRCP; Kamiar Mireskandari, MD, FRCOphth; Annegret Dahlmann, MD, FRCOphth; and Alison Cambrey, PhD

Angle-Closure Glaucoma: Primary, Secondary, or Both?

By Douglas A. Kohl, MD, and Teresa C. Chen, MD

5 Questions With Michael A. Kass, MD

By Michael A. Kass, MD

The AccuMap

Using multichannel, multifocal, visual evoked potential to objectively assess visual fields.

By Stuart L. Graham, MBBS, MS, FRANZCO, and Alex Klistorner, MD, PhD

2004 ARVO Highlights

Glaucoma experts from around the world presented hundreds of posters and papers at this year’s annual meeting.

By Alan L. Robin, MD

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