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Steroids for RVO

Baruch Kuppermann, MD, PhD, talks about the role of steroids in treating retinal vein occlusion cases when patients don'…

Baruch D. Kupperman, MD, PhD

Management of Suspected Endogenous Endophthalmitis: Part 2

A proper workup and timely interventions can help to limit vision loss.

Ted Leng, MD

Ozurdex 2.0: The Game Has Changed

Michael Singer, MD, and Joshua Singer of the Medical Center Ophthalmology Associates in San Antonio, Texas demonstrates …

Michael Singer MD

Navigated Grid Laser Treatment After Bevacizumab Failure in …

Retinal Vein Occlusions are second only to Diabetic Retinopathy as the most common retinal vascular disease. Indifferent…

Stefan Dithmar, MD, Mira Ruppenstein, MD, Thomas Ach, MD, Alexandra Hoeh, MD

Phase 3 Study of Macugen in DME

Dr. Marla B. Sultan, global clinical lead for MACUGEN at Pfizer, discusses the results from a Phase 3 study demonstratin…

Speed of Ozurdex Injection

In a vitrectomized eye, Christopher Riemann, MD, captures the injection of an Ozurdex pellet (Allergan, I…

Christopher Riemann MD

Pharmacosurgery with the Intrector

Vitreo-Retinal pharmacosurgery with Intrector is the newest step for intravitreal combination therapy. In this video, Dr…

Frank Koch MD

InVitria: Intravitreal Injection Assistant

The InVitria (Medical Workshop, The Netherlands) is a disposable device for simplifying intravitreal injections and is d…

Arnaldo Gonçalves 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.