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Advances in Choroidal Imaging With EDI-OCT

Glenn Yiu, MD, PhD

September 2014—Choroidal thickening or thinning may be important diagnostic clues for several retinal pathologies.

Practical Guidelines for RVO Management

Masumi G. Asahi, BS; Marvin Dang, BS; and Ron P. Gallemore, MD, PhD

July/August 2014—The availability of multiple treatment options is both a blessing and a curse.

Diagnosis and Treatment of Myopic Maculopathy

Timothy Y. Y. Lai, MD, FRCS, FRCOphth

April 2014—Patients with myopia are likely to develop a number of macular pathologies that, if untreated, will likely lead to blindness. Pathologic myopia is generally defined as glob…

Scleral Necrosis Following Plaque Radiotherapy of Uveal Melanoma

Joel Pakett, BS; Michele D. Markovitz, BA; Sruthi Arepalli, BA; and Carol L. Shields, MD

March 2014—Plaque radiotherapy is the most common conservative treatment for uveal melanoma. This therapy has been custom-adapted for melanoma at all sites within the eye, including chor…

Controversies in Vitreoretinal Surgery: Is Vitrectomy an Appropriate Treatment for DME in 2014?

Tarek S. Hassan, MD and Julia A. Haller, MD

January/February 2014—These articles are based on the debate-style presentations at the American Academy of Ophthalmology Retina Subspecialty Day in New Orleans November 15-16, 2013. The arguments …

Facedown Positioning is Not Necessary in Idiopathic Macular Hole Repair

Raymond Iezzi, MD, MS

January/February 2014—Change from current standard of care reduces morbidity and improves patient experience.

Panretinal Navigated Laser Photocoagulation for PDR

Ken Y. Lin, MD, PhD; and Stephanie Y. Lu, MD

January/February 2014—Proliferative diabetic retinopathy is a major cause of visual impairment and blindness among people with diabetes in developed nations.1-4 The current standard of care is to p…

Multispot Laser Photocoagulation

Sebastien Guigou, MD

January/February 2014—This laser technology is well tolerated by patients, produces fewer side effects, and is safer than conventional laser photocoagulation.

 

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