September/October 2005

 

In this Issue

Glaucoma Today

Issue

Quality of Life and Glaucoma Medications

Do our prescriptions make a difference?

By Geoffrey T. Emerick, MD

Delayed Suprachoroidal Hemorrhage

By Vikas Chopra, MD, and Mark S. Juzych, MD, MHSA

Point/Counterpoint: Combining ECP and Cataract Surgery

There is insufficient evidence that endoscopic cyclophotocoagulation achieves a lasting decrease in IOP.

By Alan L. Robin, MD

Point/Counterpoint: Combining ECP and Cataract Surgery

In many glaucoma patients, endoscopic cyclophotocoagulation is an appropriate treatment option.

By Stanley J. Berke, MD, FACS

Bleb Needle Revision

Using a high dose of mitomycin C with bleb needling to revive failed glaucoma filtration procedures.

By Marlene R. Moster, MD, and Rajesh K. Shetty, MD

Lessons From the AGIS

This study’s findings are of practical importance to the clinician.

By Douglas E. Gaasterland, MD

Glaucoma Secondary to Sturge-Weber Syndrome

A discussion of the unique risks and the options for management.

By Jonathan G. Crowston, MD, PhD, and Robert N. Weinreb, MD, With Donald S. Minckler, MD, and Felipe Medeiros, MD

5 Questions With Bradford J. Shingleton, MD

By Bradford J. Shingleton, MD

Using the Baerveldt Glaucoma Implant

The clinical benefits of this single-quadrant device.

By Louis B. Cantor, MD
 

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