January/February 2017

 

In this Issue

Open Mind

How do glaucoma doctors learn today?

Issue

UP FRONT

The Education Evolution

By Steven D. Vold, MD

THE LITERATURE

The Literature

By David L. Phillips, MD, and Norman A. Zabriskie, MD

PEER REVIEW

The Role of Perfusion Pressure

Risk factors other than IOP play a role in the pathogenesis of glaucoma.

By Robert N. Weinreb, MD; Jeffrey M. Liebmann, MD; and Louis R. Pasquale, MD

MY MOST DIFFICULT CASE

A Rollercoaster Ride

Unexpected twists and turns make for a complicated management plan.

By Brian A. Francis, MD, MS

INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVES

Running a Clinic in War

A family-run clinic fights to provide eye care in Aleppo.

By Ameen Marashi, MD

TECHNOLOGY TODAY

Point/Counterpoint: Has a Replacement for Trabeculectomy Finally Arrived?

By Davinder S. Grover, MD, MPH, and Steven J. Gedde, MD

RESIDENTS AND FELLOWS

MIGS Simulation

By Igor I. Bussel, MD, MHA

2017 GT FILM FESTIVAL

Call for Entries

COVER FOCUS

Continuing the Search for Knowledge

How do glaucoma subspecialists use print and digital resources to further their education?

By Arsham Sheybani, MD; Richard K. Parrish II, MD; Fahad Khan, MD; Kevin Pikey, DO; and Rohit Krishna, MD

See You for CME

Meetings remain an important component of continuing medical education.

By Thomas Patrianakos, DO, and Elizabeth Martin, MD

Journey to the Cutting Edge

Nonaccredited ophthalmology meetings preview the future.

By Larissa Camejo, MD

Making Ophthalmologists Crazy or Maintenance of Certification?

The worth of this process.

By Steven L. Mansberger, MD, MPH

Adapting to Modern Residents and Fellows

The current state of glaucoma education at one eye institute.

By Rohit Varma, MD, MPH, and Alena Reznik, MD

Fellowship Training in a Complex Field

Defining when and how to treat glaucoma.

By Laura Vickers, MD

A Map to Mentorship

Find the route to a successful mentoring relationship.

By Lisa F. Rosenberg, MD

IN BACK

Industry News

INSIDE EYETUBE.NET

A Case of Pediatric Sturge-Weber Syndrome

The steps that saved the vision of a 3-year-old girl.

By Jayasree Venugopal, MS, MBBS
 

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