In this Issue
Quality of Life Beyond Glaucoma Care
Chief Medical Editor's Page
By Iqbal Ike K. Ahmed, MD, FRCSC
What reduces the quality of life of treated glaucoma patients, and what worries them?
By Stephen Walters, MD; and Lama Al-Aswad, MD, MPH
By Georges M. Durr, MD, FRCSC; and Iqbal Ike K. Ahmed, MD, FRCSC
Surgical management of glaucoma is no longer limited to glaucoma specialists.
By Manjool Shah, MD
Panelists get two cracks at this tough case.
By Steven R. Sarkisian Jr, MD; Jason Bacharach, MD; and Marco Reyes, MD
RESIDENTS & FELLOWS
Subjective factors are often more important than objective measures.
By Dan Liu, MD
THE FRINGE: QUALITY OF LIFE BEYOND GLAUCOMA CARE
Surgeons weigh in on the use of certain cataract technologies and techniques in patients with glaucoma.
By Michael Greenwood, MD; Joseph F. Panarelli, MD; and Rachel Lee, MD
No strict contraindications exist, but attention to fine detail is required.
By Loreley D. Smith, MD; and Steven M. Couch, MD, FACS
Physicians can treat the ocular surface without derailing topical glaucoma regimens.
By Justin Schweitzer, OD, FAAO
Patients often ask, “Is there anything else I can do?”
By Jordan Stanley, MD; and Leonard K. Seibold, MD
EHRs can be a boon for medical practices, but their use is not without hazards.