In This Issue
Anti-VEGF Therapy and Neovascular Glaucoma
Intravitreal injections improve visual outcomes, but the careful monitoring of patients after treatment is necessary.
Highlights of the AGS Annual Meeting
The latest research findings from the 22nd annual meeting of the American Glaucoma Society, held March 1 to 4, 2012, in New York City.
Simultaneous, Combined Cataract and Glaucoma Surgery
Five surgeons discuss which procedure they perform first and share their tips for success.
Cover Stories traumatic Glaucoma
Traumatic Angle-closure Glaucoma
A higher index of suspicion for this diagnosis is warranted when the patient has predisposing risk factors for angle closure.
Clinical Approach to Angle-recession Glaucoma
Early diagnosis and the aggressive management of elevated IOP after blunt trauma are essential.
High IOP in Traumatic Hyphema
A review of the etiologies and management of elevated IOP after trauma to the crystalline lens.
Glaucoma Associated With Chemical Burns
Often overlooked after an injury, this serious complication is the most important limiting factor of these patients' visual rehabilitation.
An Approach to Glaucoma Treatment in Pregnant and Lactating Women
Minimize medications and dosing frequency to limit the risks to the mother, fetus, and breastfed infant.