The Ongoing Fight Against AMDView Issue
Three Pillars of Success in Patient and Practice Management Strategies in Diabetic Macular Edema
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Dry to Wet Age-Related Macular Degeneration: The Importance of Early Detection
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DME Resource Center: Beyond the Clinical Trials: Sometimes DME Control Requires Steroid Treatment
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May/June 2016 | Medical Editors' Page
Well-Being: The Holy Grail of Health Care
Allen C. Ho, MD, and Robert L. Avery, MD
May/June 2016 | business Of Retinainnovations In Retina
Advances in Therapy for Dry AMD
Numerous approaches to treatment of dry AMD are under development.
May/June 2016 | fellows' Focus
The Jump From Fellow to Attending
The surgical training is finished. Now comes the hard part.
Jayanth Sridhar, MD
May/June 2016 | coding For Retina
An Analysis of CMS Retina Utilization Statistics
Recent changes in reimbursement will likely lead to changes in utilization.
Riva Lee Asbell
May/June 2016 | retina Surgery Retina Pearls
Vitrectomy With ILM Removal for DME Resistant to Conventional Treatment
Although this procedure can be effective, it should be avoided in eyes with certain characteristics.
Sergio Rojas, MD, and Ezequiel Diaz Benitez, MD
May/June 2016 | global Perspectives
Anemic Retinopathy: Case Reports and Disease Features
Clinical findings vary depending on the etiology of the anemia.
Gaurav Y. Shah, MD, and Rohit Modi, MD
May/June 2016 | Medical Retina
What to look for and how to manage this rare condition.
Tahreem A. Mir, MD; Marguerite O. Linz; and Ashvini K. Reddy, MD
May/June 2016 | Ocular Oncology
ICGA of Vortex Vein Varix Simulating Choroidal Melanoma
VVV is typically asymptomatic and benign, but can simulate a life-threatening condition. Know how to tell the difference.
Michael J. Reynolds, BS; Kareem Sioufi, MD; and Carol L. Shields, MD
May/June 2016 | Special Focus: Retinal Trauma
Managing Severe Open Globe Injuries Through the Years
A brief history: Part 1.
Dante J. Pieramici, MD
Posttraumatic Lens Expulsion With Suprachoroidal Hemorrhage
In this trauma case, temporarily leaving perfluorocarbon liquid in the eye prevented unwanted complications.
Manish Nagpal, MS, DO, FRCS(Edin)
Don't Take “Yes” for an Answer
Gain cooperation from your staff by encouraging them to ask questions and express their concerns.
Michelle Beckman, JD
May/June 2016 | Cover Focus: The Ongoing Fight Against Amd
The Pachychoroid Clinical Spectrum
A new risk and disease modifier in macular disorders.
Rosa Dolz-Marco, MD, PhD; Kunal K. Dansingani, MA, FRCOphth; and K. Bailey Freund, MD
Vitreous: The Next Frontier
Vitreous liquefaction is the cause of many age-related ocular diseases. Figuring out its cause—and how to prevent it—could help to preserve eye health.
Nancy M. Holekamp, MD
Polypoidal Choroidal Vasculopathy
It is crucial to distinguish this entity from neovascular AMD; treatment burden can be reduced if appropriate therapy is applied.
Jessica G. Shantha, MD, and Gregg T. Kokame, MD, MMM
Extended-Duration Therapeutics for Treatment of Wet AMD
Promising treatment options under investigation may someday lead to more successful disease management.
Liliya Golas, MD, and Jeffrey L. Olson, MD
A Novel Compound for Treatment of Wet AMD
Clinical studies are evaluating a new anti-VEGF agent's potential to join current treatment options.
Saradha Chexal, MD; Ivana Gunderson, BS; Brian S. Berger, MD; and Chirag Jhaveri, MD
Home Monitoring of Dry AMD Patients
A device used by patients helps detect early signs of CNV so treatment can be started early.
Michael J. Elman, MD
May/June 2016 | Departments
5Q With Adrienne Scott, MD
Adrienne Scott, MD, is an Assistant Professor of Ophthalmology at the Wilmer Eye Institute, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, in Baltimore, Md.