In this Issue
A Data-Driven Conversation for 2019
Medical Editors’ Page
By Audina M. Berrocal, MD
By Jingyi Ma; Kelsey A. Roelofs, MD; Parampal S. Grewal, MD; and David Ehmann, BSc, MD, FRCSC, ABO
Recapping Retina Subspecialty Day at the 2018 AAO Annual Meeting.
By Durga Borkar, MD; Philip Storey, MD, MPH; and Daniel Su, MD
The best strategy depends on the surgeon’s experience and the case.
By Lianna Valdes, MD; Patrick Oellers, MD; and John B. Miller, MD
Visual outcomes for DME treatment in the real world are meaningfully worse than in randomized clinical trials.
By Thomas A. Ciulla, MD, MBA
Thinking of becoming a mentor? You might be further on your way than you think.
By Avni P. Finn, MD, MBA; and Caroline R. Baumal, MD
By Nika Bagheri, MD
Both men and women need to change in order to achieve balance in the field.
By Audina M. Berrocal, MD; and Marisa Franco-Steeves, PhD
Earning a degree in business school helped frame my practice view.
By Christina Y. Weng, MD, MBA
Retina Today asked three women in retina a question: What do you know now that you wish you knew when you started as a young woman in retina?
By Nancy Holekamp, MD; Amy Schefler, MD; and Geeta Lalwani, MD
These malignancies may be well-suited to treatment with this modality.
By Roshun Sangani, BS; Mehdi Mazloumi, MD, MPH; Lauren A. Dalvin, MD; and Carol L. Shields, MD
Rethinking the use of antibiotics before and after surgery.
By Andrea Grosso, MD; Giuseppe Scarpa, MD; Mario Romano, MD; Piero Ceruti, MD; Brian Joondeph, MD; Regis P. Kowalski, MS, M(ASCP); Michael Engelbert, MD; Franco Giardini; Giovanni Di Perri, MD; Francesco Bandello, MD; Giorgio Marchini, MD; Mauro Fioretto, MD; and Sunir Garg, MD
EHRs can be a boon for medical practices, but their use is not without hazards.
By Victoria M. Wallace, JD
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