In This Issue
Highlights of the AGS Annual Meeting
The latest research findings from a joint meeting of the American Glaucoma Society and the Australian and New Zealand Glaucoma Interest Group held March 5 to 8, 2009, in San Diego.
Glaucoma Today asked four physicians to share their top tips for increasing patients' adherence to prescribed glaucoma therapy.
Glaucoma Surgery in Patients on Blood Thinners
Five approaches to this challenging scenario.
Translating Perfusion Pressure
Current evidence on the role of perfusion pressure in glaucoma and future considerations.
Should We Measure (and Treat) Ocular Perfusion Pressure in Glaucoma Patients?
Mounting evidence indicates that this parameter may affect an individual patient's risk of developing glaucoma and/or its progression, but there are currently multiple challenges to and limitations on incorporating this concept into everyday clinical practice.
Measuring Ocular Blood Flow
A surge in peer-reviewed publications examining the role of blood flow in glaucoma necessitates an understanding of the pros and cons of measuring ocular hemodynamic parameters.
Incorporating Blood Flow Into Clinical Practice
How does this parameter currently fit into the diagnosis and management of glaucoma?
Preparing for Recertification
Insiders explain the Maintenance of Certification process.