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Cutting-Edge Options Wanted

What’s the best course of action when IOP rises after years of control in a patient who reports a remote history of traumatic glaucoma?

Jacob W. Brubaker, MD; Michelle Butler, MD; and Amy Zhang, MD

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The Case of the Creeping Paracentral Visual Field Defect

What are options when a patient and her family prefer to avoid surgery?

Austin Bell, MD; Sylvia Groth, MD; Regine Pappas, MD; and Steven R. Sarkisian Jr, MD

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Small Eye, Big Pressure

Abnormal corneas render clinical decision-making more complex.

Devesh K. Varma, MD, FRCSC; Lauren S. Blieden, MD; and Georges M. Durr, MD, FRCSC

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A Puzzle in End-Stage Angle-Closure Glaucoma

What caused the IOP to rise dramatically 2 years after glaucoma surgery?

Douglas J. Rhee, MD | Section Editor; Thomas Patrianakos, MD; and Angela Turalba, MD

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Glaucomatous Progression in a Young Patient

What are the options for this patient who is intolerant of all but one medication?

Michael D. Greenwood, MD; Nathan Radcliffe, MD; Jeffrey A. Kammer, MD; and Steven R. Sarkisian Jr, MD | Section Editor

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Infection After Implantation of a Subconjunctival Stent

What steps should be undertaken to avoid a catastrophe?

Manjool Shah, MD, and I. Paul Singh, MD

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Glaucoma or Something Else?

Physicians explore whether another form of optic neuropathy caused this patient's visual
field loss.

Thomas Patrianakos, MD; Shakeel Shareef, MD; and Arthur J. Sit, MD

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Ocular Inflammation and Secondary Glaucoma

What is the next step after medical therapy and selective laser trabeculoplasty?

Mark J. Gallardo, MD; Eugene Lowry, MD; Steven L. Mansberger, MD, MPH; and Arsham Sheybani, MD

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Subtle Rim Thinning in a Glaucoma Suspect

Is treatment indicated in this asymptomatic patient?

Devesh K. Varma, MD, FRCSC; David S. Friedman, MD, MPH, PhD; and Manjool Shah, MD

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When One MIGS Procedure Fails, What's Next?

The presence of keratoconus adds to the complexity of this case.

Edward N. Burney, MD, FAAO, FACS; JoAnn Giaconi, MD; Thomas Patrianakos, MD; Angela Turalba, MD; and Douglas J. Rhee, MD

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Preperimetric Pigmentary Glaucoma

Panelists get two cracks at this tough case.

Steven R. Sarkisian Jr, MD; Jason Bacharach, MD; and Marco Reyes, MD

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What Kind of Pigmentary Glaucoma Is This?

Surgeons discuss a diagnosis and the related treatment options.

William H. Bray, MD; Jacob W. Brubaker, MD; Leon W. Herndon, MD; Inder Paul Singh, MD; and Steven R. Sarkisian Jr, MD

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