May/June 2017

 

In this Issue

Sparking Change

Cases that altered how I practice.

Issue

Supplement

UP FRONT

Chief Medical Editor’s Page

By Steven D. Vold, MD

THE LITERATURE

The Literature

By Helen H. Yeung, MD, and Christopher C. Teng, MD

PEER REVIEW

Surgical Management of Traumatic Glaucoma

A stepwise approach.

By Omolola O. Idowu, MBChB, MRCS(Ed), and Carla I. Bourne, MD

SURGICAL PEARLS

My First Subconjunctival MIGS Cases

The learning curve, the snags, and the overall experience of adopting a new procedure.

By Inder Paul Singh, MD

MY MOST DIFFICULT CASE

A Balancing Act

Managing advanced, uncontrolled glaucoma in the elderly can present unique challenges.

By Michael C. Stiles, MD

RESIDENTS AND FELLOWS

From Neurology to Glaucoma

By Brett Mueller, DO, PhD

TECHNOLOGY TODAY

Moving Beyond IOP

Can OCT-A aid glaucoma diagnosis and management?

By Kunjal K. Modi, MD, and Albert S. Khouri, MD

INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVES

Dispatch From Down Under

The state of glaucoma care in Australia.

By Michael Coote, MB, BS, FRANZCO, GAICD

FEATURE STORY: JOB MARKET

Now Hiring

The need for glaucoma subspecialists is soaring and creating a boom in job growth.

By Cristina Boggiano Lewis

FOCUS ON DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION

Promoting Diversity

The National Medical Association works to reduce racial and ethnic disparities in medicine.

By Mildred M. G. Olivier, MD

A Call for Mentors

We all have something to teach and something to learn.

By Sarwat Salim, MD

COVER FOCUS: Sparking Change

Managing Glaucoma in the Patient With Herpetic Disease

Success requires treating the underlying disorder, inflammation, and elevated IOP.

By Adam Breunig, MD, and Steven V. L. Brown, MD

Inflammatory Glaucomas

Advice on their detection and treatment.

By Lily Im, MD

Beware the Impostor

Differentiating glaucoma from anterior ischemic optic neuropathy.

By Siddarth Rathi, MD, MBA, and David S. Greenfield, MD

Increased Episcleral Venous Pressure as an Etiology of Glaucoma

Advice on differential diagnosis and management.

By Joanne C. Wen, MD, and Murray Johnstone, MD

Trauma-Induced Glaucoma

How to approach these patients.

By Adam Botwinick, MD, and Reena Garg, MD

Glaucoma Management in the Corneal Transplant Patient

The potential for tube erosion necessitates vigilance.

By Anna K. Junk, MD

INSIDE EYETUBE

A Cost-Cutting Option

A technique to eliminate the scleral patch graft from a tube shunt procedure.

By Michael Patterson, DO
 

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