In this Issue
Physicians Go Head to Head on Hot Topics in Ophthalmology
Associate Medical Editor’s Page
By Arsham Sheybani, MD
Exploring subsequent surgical options for refractory glaucoma.
By Athanasios Marneris, DO; and Eiyass Albeiruti, MD
What can be learned from the unexpected link between the microbiome and propagation of neuron loss found in mice with glaucoma?
By Shuhong Jiang, MD; Kinsang Cho, PhD; and Dong Feng Chen, MD, PhD
The presence of keratoconus adds to the complexity of this case.
By Edward N. Burney, MD, FAAO, FACS; JoAnn Giaconi, MD; Thomas Patrianakos, MD; Angela Turalba, MD; and Douglas J. Rhee, MD
RESIDENTS & FELLOWS
By Adam Jacobson, MD; and Eric Rosenberg, DO
Interest and impact do not yet correlate.
By Antonio Maria Fea, MD, PhD
Available services can enhance the safety of visually impaired individuals.
By Richard A. Lehrer, MD
Laser procedures that are ordinarily safe can sometimes have unexpected outcomes.
By Frank Cao, MD; and Inci Irak Dersu, MD
Research suggests that this branch of complementary medicine holds promise for managing some forms of the disease.
By Deepinder K. Dhaliwal, MD, LAc; and Siwei Zhou, MD
Face-Off: Physicians Go Head to Head on Hot Topics in Ophthalmology
Two treatment approaches go head to head in one hypothetical case.
By Steven R. Sarkisian Jr, MD; and Davinder S. Grover, MD, MPH
Ophthalmologists weigh the pros and cons of setting a numeric goal.
By Arthur J. Sit, MD; and Harry A. Quigley, MD
Is ODH a definite indicator of glaucomatous progression?
By Jin-Soo Kim, MD; Young Kook Kim, MD; Brian A. Francis, MD; and Aleksandr Yelenskiy, MD
Two surgeons weigh in on prophylaxis of endophthalmitis after cataract surgery.
By Blake K. Williamson, MD, MPH; and John P. Berdahl, MD
Introducing a modern platform for presenting cases and sharing perspectives.