In this Issue
By Jonathan B. Ruddle, MBBS, FRANZCO; Jonathan G. Crowston, md, PhD; Robert N. Weinreb, MD; and Christopher K. S. Leung, MB, ChB, MD
By Loan Nguyen, MD, and John Danias, MD, PhD
Glaucoma Today held a roundtable discussion at the 2007 Annual Meeting of the American Glaucoma Society. Participants shared their views on current technologies, methods for evaluating patients, the challenges that clinicians face, and the possibilities of the near future.
Using the Glaucoma Progression Analysis software in clinical practice.
By Pamela A. Sample, PhD
Advances have been made, but perimetry requires further improvement.
By Chris A. Johnson, PhD
The inclusion of normative data in diagnostic devices improves our ability to detect structural changes before they affect visual function.
By Rohit Varma, MD, MPH
Experts discuss the impact of the tools provided by advanced imaging systems on patient care.
By Kyung Rim Sung, MD, Kelly A. Townsend, BS; Gadi Wollstein, MD; Hiroshi Ishikawa, MD; Joel S. Schuman, MD; and Robert D. Fechtner, MD
This new diagnostic technology can provide information that may be valuable for ocular imaging in glaucoma patients.
By Kelly A. Townsend, BS; Gadi Wollstein, MD; and Joel S. Schuman, MD
The how and the why for a glaucoma practice.
By John C. Burchfield, MD, and Gerald G. Striph, MD
By Malik Y. Kahook, MD, and Robert J. Noecker, MD, MBA
What will a typical practice look like 10 years from now?