November/December 2018

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Medical Editors’ Page

Musings From a Plane

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


Retina Pearls

Secondary Glaucoma Management: An Alternative to a Drainage Implant

If silicone oil causes an IOP spike, endoscopic cyclophotocoagulation can be used to normalize it.

By Martin Uram, MD, MPH
Global Perspectives

Highly Concentrated Triamcinolone for CME

Intravitreal highly concentrated triamcinolone may offer an inexpensive alternative to sustained-release implants, but not as a first-line option.

By Sjakon G. Tahija, MD; Rini Hersetyati, MD; Ari Djatikusumo, MD; and Valda Garcia, MD
Surgical Meditations

A Brief Guide to Draining Choroidal Hemorrhages

Steps for success.

By David R.P. Almeida, MD, MBA, PhD


‘Pacman’ Invasion of the Retina

By Andrew N. Antoszyk, MD; and Omar S. Punjabi, MD


Graying Eyelashes, Hearing Loss, and Blurry Vision: Aging or...?

A close look at an uncommon autoimmune disease.

By Michael Weaver, MS; and Heeral R. Shah, MD


Advanced Management of Small Uveal Melanoma

Targeted surgical ablation and use of personalized molecular genomics may lead to better outcomes.

By Victor M. Villegas, MD; Aaron S. Gold, OD; and Timothy G. Murray, MD, MBA


The Next Frontier of Disease Monitoring and Management?

How home-based telemedicine could be transformational for patients with AMD.

By Judy E. Kim, MD

Are You Ready for the Future of Vitreoretinal Surgery?

It’s anyone’s guess what tomorrow’s ORs will look like. Here, these authors build from their imaginations.

By S.K. Steven Houston III, MD; and John B. Miller, MD

Getting Ahead With AI Automation

Recent advances in this technology may help streamline screening and examinations and allow retina specialists to diagnose disease in patients remotely.

By Megan A. Kasetty, BS; Jay C. Wang, MD; and John B. Miller, MD

Next Level Retina Surgery

Welcome to the age of robot-assisted surgery. Learn where this technology may apply in the field of ophthalmology.

By Marc D. de Smet, MDCM, PhD, FRCSC, FEBO, FMH


A Review of All Things Retina

Looking back at some of the field’s exciting developments over the past 12 months.

By Michele Corry

The Best of Eyetube 2018

The authors share their top 10 surgical retina videos and explain why each one is worthy of a look.

By David Xu, MD; and Michael A. Klufas, MD



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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.