In this Issue
Pro Tips For Raising Your Pediatric Retina Game.
Medical Editors’ Page
By Allen C. Ho, MD, and Robert L. Avery, MD
The new Fellows’ Focus section editors ask their predecessors for insights about fellowship.
By Durga Borkar, MD; Philip Storey, MD; and Daniel Su, MD
These pearls and sample scenarios will enhance your knowledge.
By Sue Vicchrilli, COT, OCS, OCSR
This viscous tamponade agent can be useful for complex retinal detachments, but it requires finesse.
By Ariel Tyring, MD; Steven S. Saraf, MD; and Lisa C. Olmos de Koo, MD
Management of this condition can be challenging, especially in chronic cases.
By José A. Roca, MD, and Natalia Alpízar-Alvarez, MD
By Matteo Forlini, MD; Alesandro Romani, MD; and Purva Date, DNB, FVRS
COVER FOCUS: LEVEL UP
The eyes are smaller, so different approaches are called for.
By Caroline R. Baumal, MD; and Audina M. Berrocal, MD
Consultation with other subspecialists may be called for.
By M. Elizabeth Hartnett, MD
A complex case presentation leads to a diagnosis of bilateral retinoblastoma.
By Timothy G. Murray, MD, MBA, FACS; Victor Villegas, MD; Aaron Gold, OD; Audina M. Berrocal, MD; and Ziad Khatib, MD
The Global Education Network for Retinopathy of Prematurity is using digital technology in several ongoing programs.
By Ruik Chee, MD; J. Peter Campbell, MD, MPH; and R.V. Paul Chan, MD
SUBFOCUS: DRUG DELIVERY
The cornea and sclera stand in the way of this more convenient, less invasive drug delivery modality.
By David S. Boyer, MD
An injectable sustained drug delivery system may have advantages over existing options.
By Glenn J. Jaffe, MD
A principal investigator for a surgically implanted port delivery system talks about the device’s design and performance in patients with wet AMD.