July/August 2008


In this Issue

Glaucoma Today




A Quarter of a Century of Glaucoma

By Richard A. Lewis, MD, Chief Medical Editor

Refractive Cataract Surgery in the Setting of Glaucoma

There are special considerations when attempting to enhance these patients' visual acuity after cataract extraction.

By R. Bruce Wallace III, MD

Uncontrolled IOP Following PKP

By Amish B. Doshi, MD; Donald L. Budenz, MD, MPh; Felipe A. Medeiros, MD, PhD; and Robert N. Weinreb, MD

Update on Steroid-Induced Glaucoma

A review of the literature and tips on managing patients.

By Houman D. Hemmati, MD, PhD, and Alan L. Robin, MD

The Ocular Response Analyzer

Measuring the biomechanical properties of the cornea might provide insight into the pathophysiology of glaucoma.

By Tony Realini, MD

Unusual Secondary Glaucoma

By Sandra M. Johnson, MD; Salman Mian MD; and Christopher Connor, MD

Which Drops Do You Use Before and After Filtering Surgery?

Three surgeons share their regimens.

By Allan E. Kolker, MD; E. Randy Craven, MD; and Howard Barnebey, MD

5 Questions with Reay H. Brown, MD

Dr. Brown voices some concerns and predicts that new IOL technologies will change glaucoma surgery.

By Reay H. Brown, MD

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