October 2018

 

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Retinal Imaging

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UP FRONT

Medical Editors’ Page

On Adaptability

By Allen C. Ho, MD, and Robert L. Avery, MD

FELLOWS’ FOCUS

Surviving the Clinic and OR: Ergonomics in Vitreoretinal Surgery

A seasoned attending’s advice on maintaining physical wellness.

By Philip Storey, MD, MPH

BUSINESS MATTERS

Coding Advisor

Learning From Comparative Billing Reports

CBRs can help practitioners determine where their coding is going wrong.

By Sue Vicchrilli, COT, OCS, OCSR; and Joy Woodke, COE, OCS, OCSR

RETINA SURGERY

Retina Pearls

A Simplified Technique for In-Office Tap and Injection for Endophthalmitis

A single 27-gauge trocar-cannula port can be used to tap and inject.

By Jalaya Alexander, MBS; Andrew Humes, MBS, COA; Murtaza Adam, MD; and Brian C. Joondeph, MD, MPS

VISUALLY SPEAKING

Proliferative Retinopathy Secondary to Chronic Myelogenous Leukemia

By David R.P. Almeida, MD, MBA, PhD; and Eric K. Chin, MD

BONUS FEATURE

Systemic Options for Treating Uveitis

Biologics is the name of the game. Here’s a peek at what’s been approved and what may be soon to come.

By Sruthi Arepalli, MD; and Eric B. Suhler, MD, MPH

Designing an Ambulatory Center for Intravitreal Therapies

These guidelines can help practitioners organize an injection room.

By Matthias Claeys, MD; Erik L. Mertens, MD, FEBOphth; and Marnix Claeys, MD

COVER FOCUS

New Ways to Image the Choroid

Novel imaging modalities allow us to view and describe the choroid in ways that were never before possible.

By Sumit Randhir Singh, MD; Sushma J, MBBS, DNB; and Jay Chhablani, MD

The Future of Ocular Imaging?

The ability of a single OCT instrument to image the whole eye could provide new insights and make testing faster.

By Gillian McDermott, Editor-in-Chief, Clinical Content, BMC Vision

How OCTA Has Changed Retina Practice

French researchers and clinicians have contributed greatly to the literature on this emerging imaging modality.

By Audrey Giocanti-Aurégan, MD, PhD; and Franck Fajnkuchen, MD

Going Ultra-Wide

New capabilities make it possible to more accurately assess and follow peripheral pathologies across a range of retinal diseases.

By Szilárd Kiss, MD

Real-World Experience With 3D Surgical Viewing

Knowing the ins and outs of a new system before use makes for a smoother adaptation process.

By S.K. Steven Houston III, MD

SUBFOCUS: CONSEQUENTIAL CASES

Cases That Changed the Way We Practice

Three retina specialists share stories of patient encounters that left lasting impressions.

By Ninel Z. Gregori, MD; Tarek S. Hassan, MD; and Michael A. Klufas, MD

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About Retina Today

Retina Today is a publication that delivers the latest research and clinical developments from areas such as medical retina, retinal surgery, vitreous, diabetes, retinal imaging, posterior segment oncology and ocular trauma. Each issue provides insight from well-respected specialists on cutting-edge therapies and surgical techniques that are currently in use and on the horizon.