In this Issue
Today's technologies take imaging and visualization to a new level.
Medical Editors’ Page
By Allen C. Ho, MD, Chief Medical Editor and Robert L. Avery, MD, Associate Medical Editor
BUSINESS OF RETINA
Innovations in Retina
The visual cycle could be the crucible for treating two important degenerative eye diseases.
By Aron Shapiro; David Hollander, MD, MBA; and Andrew Hertsenberg, PhD
By Murtaza Adam, MD
Coding for Retina
Revised and new codes abound for next year. Make sure your practice is up to speed.
By Riva Lee Asbell
Use of popular online tools can make communication, education, and networking easier.
By Randall V. Wong, MD
Standardization can lead to cost savings in retinal surgery.
By R. Mark Hatfield, MD, FACS
Results from the DRCR.net’s Protocols S and T lend insights on the management of these conditions in clinical practice.
By Stephen G. Schwartz, MD, MBA, and Ingrid U. Scott, MD, MPH
Complete tumor regression and complete resolution of total retinal detachment were achieved in this case of a boy with Sturge-Weber syndrome.
By Lara Queirós, MD; Kareem Sioufi, MD; and Carol L. Shields, MD
SPECIAL FOCUS: THE YEAR IN REVIEW
By the staff of Retina Today
COVER FOCUS: GOING DEEPER
A case series demonstrates the value of this new imaging modality.
By Manish Nagpal, MS, DO, FRCS(Edin), and Shishir Shekhar Singh, MS
Intraoperative OCT can reveal vital information and anatomic changes during vitreoretinal surgical procedures.
By Mahi Muqit, PhD, FRCOphth
The latest development in ultrahigh-definition video technology could help elevate the level of surgeon education.
By Denis Jusufbegovic, MD; Agustina Palacio, MD; and Shlomit Schaal, MD, PhD
In this case report, multimodal imaging in an older patient with an atypical presentation of inflammatory chorioretinopathy provided useful information.
By Michael D. Tibbetts, MD; edited by Heeral R. Shah, MD, and Jordana G. Fein, MD
OCT angiography offers a more complete picture of the retinal and choroidal vasculature than dye-based imaging.
By Marco Rispoli, MD; Luca Di Antonio, MD, PhD; Leonardo Mastropasqua, MD; and Bruno Lumbroso, MD
Despite a steep learning curve, this instrument can make a big difference.
By Marcus Colyer, MD
Rishi Singh, MD, is an Associate Professor of Ophthalmology at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio, and the President of the Retina World Congress.