July/August 2017

 

In this Issue

Telemedicine and Technology

The Wave of The Future

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UP FRONT

Ophthalmic Grit

By Steven D. Vold, MD

THE LITERATURE

The Literature

By Elizabeth D. Marlow, MD; Paul Petrakos, DO; and Charles Cole, MD

RESEARCH RESULTS

Dispatch From the Cutting Edge

Researchers reported on new drugs, diagnostics, and devices at the 2017 ARVO Annual Meeting.

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

CHALLENGING CASES

Managing Leaks

A case of conjunctival buttonhole during trabeculectomy.

By Helen Jiang, MD, and Tak Yee Tania Tai, MD

TECHNOLOGY TODAY

A Two-Pronged Approach

Using retinal photography and perimetry to diagnose glaucoma.

By Murray Fingeret, OD, and Richard A. Lewis, MD

PRACTICE POINTERS

Handling the Angry Patient

Not all patients are happy to see their doctor. How do you stop angry patients from going over the edge?

By Allen Chiang, MD

INSIDE EYETUBE

Future Shock

The current proliferation of new options for the surgical management of glaucoma may be just the beginning.

By Jonathan S. Myers, MD

RESIDENTS AND FELLOWS

The Problem With Oil

By James Lin, MD

COVER FOCUS Telemedicine and Technology

Think Globally

A focus on the opportunities and challenges of international telemedicine.

By Simrenjeet Sandhu, MD, and Karim Damji, MD, FRCSC, MBA

Pictures of North America

Teleophthalmology in three settings.

By Mary Lynch, MD; Alan S. Crandall, MD; Albert S. Khouri, MD; and Ben Szirth, PhD

Show Me the Money

Coding tips for teleglaucoma.

By April Maa, MD

Perimetry Comes Online

Increasing data for low-cost, portable visual fields.

By Eugene A. Lowry, MD; Sean Ianchulev, MD, MPH; and Ying Han, MD, PhD

Home Care

Glaucoma management using pressure measurements by the patient.

By Sanjay Asrani, MD

Artificial Intelligence, Big Data, and Medical Analytics

Moving toward the automatic diagnosis of glaucoma.

By Lama A. Al-Aswad, MD, MPH

More Than an Electronic Chart

An EMR is both a diagnostic and a therapeutic decision-making tool.

By Shibal Bhartiya, MD, and Jim Messier

THE BACK PAGE

The Art of Ophthalmology

Fundus flowers make front-page news.

By Annette Terebuh, MD
 

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