In this Issue
Retina Imaging and Visualization
By Allen C. Ho, MD; and Robert L. Avery, MD
BUSINESS OF RETINA
Ophthalmologists need to research candidates running for office before voting in the 2014 midterm elections.
By Jeffrey J. Kimbell and Kenneth L. Hodge
Researchers who understand the drug approval pathway may travel a smooth road from conception to approval.
By Aron Shapiro
Incoming Wills Eye Hospital fellows share tips for prospective fellowship applicants.
By Ehsan Rahimy, MD, with Jayanth Sridhar, MD, and Bryan Hong, MD
By Riva Lee Asbell
Ultrahigh-speed probes improve the surgical experience.
By Stanislao Rizzo, MD, and Tomaso Caporossi, MD
The trunkless design permits an unobstructed view of the posterior segment during surgery to repair ocular trauma.
By Hannah Park, BS; Faisal Fayyad, MD; and Maurice Landers III, MD
Different diagnostic modalities lead to differences in laser treatments for DME.
By Igor Kozak, MD, PhD, and J. Fernando Arevalo, MD, FACS
An international panel of experts addresses concerns they have heard from colleagues about using the implant in real-world situations.
By Jay Chhablani, MD; Paolo Lanzetta, MD; Adrian Koh, MBBS, MMed (Ophth), FRCS (Ed), FAMS; and Michael Ober, MD
By By Nicholas A. O’Keeffe, BComm; Chris J. Lin, BA; and Carol L. Shields, MD
By Rishi P. Singh, MD; Giovanni Staurenghi, MD; Richard Rosen, MD, and Patricia Garcia, MD
Ongoing research promises to expand the utility and functionality of intraoperative OCT.
By Justis P. Ehlers, MD
Choroidal thickening or thinning may be important diagnostic clues for several retinal pathologies.
By Glenn Yiu, MD, PhD
Visualizing the entire posterior segment is an oft-overlooked but important aspect of retina surgery.