January/February 2005

 

In this Issue

Glaucoma Today

Issue

Prostaglandin Nonresponders

How common are they, and how should one proceed?

By Geoffrey T. Emerick, MD

Stretching the Pupil in Cataract Surgery

Tips for expanding the pupils of glaucoma patients.

By I. Howard Fine, MD; Richard S. Hoffman, MD; and Mark Packer, MD, FACS

The Disc Damage Likelihood Scale

Using the optic disc to diagnose and manage glaucoma.

By George L. Spaeth, MD, FACS

Optic Nerve Head Drusen and Glaucoma

By Lily Im, MD, and Leon W. Herndon, MD

5 Questions With Richard K. Parrish II, MD

By Richard K. Parrish II, MD

Early Diagnosis With Functional Tests: Myth and Reality

Assessing visual function in glaucoma.

By Chris A. Johnson, PhD
 

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