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Medical Editors’ Page
By Allen C. Ho, MD, and Robert L. Avery, MD
A seasoned attending’s advice on maintaining physical wellness.
By Philip Storey, MD, MPH
CBRs can help practitioners determine where their coding is going wrong.
By Sue Vicchrilli, COT, OCS, OCSR; and Joy Woodke, COE, OCS, OCSR
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
By David R.P. Almeida, MD, MBA, PhD; and Eric K. Chin, MD
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
These guidelines can help practitioners organize an injection room.
By Matthias Claeys, MD; Erik L. Mertens, MD, FEBOphth; and Marnix Claeys, MD
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 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
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
New capabilities make it possible to more accurately assess and follow peripheral pathologies across a range of retinal diseases.
By Szilárd Kiss, MD
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
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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