Going DeeperView Issue
A New Way to See The Big Picture in a Micro Environment
Supported via advertising by Alcon and Oculus Surgical
AMD Disease Education Resource Center: Taking the Long VIEW in AMD
Supported by advertising from Regeneron Pharmaceuticals and Carl Zeiss Meditec
DME Resource Center: Beyond The Clinical Trials: Case Prompts Comparison Trial of Two DME Management Modalities
Supported by advertising from Allergan and Carl Zeiss Meditec
November/December 2016 | Medical Editors' Page
Keep Calm and Retina On
Allen C. Ho, MD, Chief Medical Editor and Robert L. Avery, MD, Associate Medical Editor
November/December 2016 | Medical Update
Increased Smartphone Screentime Linked With Poor Sleep
November/December 2016 | business Of Retinainnovations In Retina
Targeting the Visual Cycle: Dry AMD and Stargardt Disease
The visual cycle could be the crucible for treating two important degenerative eye diseases.
Aron Shapiro; David Hollander, MD, MBA; and Andrew Hertsenberg, PhD
November/December 2016 | coding For Retina
ICD-10-CM and CPT Changes in 2017
Revised and new codes abound for next year. Make sure your practice is up to speed.
Riva Lee Asbell
November/December 2016 | feature
Why Have a Digital Network?
Use of popular online tools can make communication, education, and networking easier.
Randall V. Wong, MD
November/December 2016 | retina Surgeryretina Pearls
Laser Probes and Valved Cannulas Can Help Maximize Surgical Efficiency
Standardization can lead to cost savings in retinal surgery.
R. Mark Hatfield, MD, FACS
November/December 2016 | Medical Retina
Pharmacologic Treatment of PDR and DME
Results from the DRCR.net's Protocols S and T lend insights on the management of these conditions in clinical practice.
Stephen G. Schwartz, MD, MBA, and Ingrid U. Scott, MD, MPH
November/December 2016 | Ocular Oncology
Diffuse Choroidal Hemangioma Treated With Low-Dose Plaque Brachytherapy
Complete tumor regression and complete resolution of total retinal detachment were achieved in this case of a boy with Sturge-Weber syndrome.
Lara Queirós, MD; Kareem Sioufi, MD; and Carol L. Shields, MD
November/December 2016 | Special Focus: The Year In Review
Recapping the Past 12 Months
the staff of Retina Today
November/December 2016 | Cover Focus: Going Deeper
OCT Angiography in Retinal and Choroidal Diseases
A case series demonstrates the value of this new imaging modality.
Manish Nagpal, MS, DO, FRCS(Edin), and Shishir Shekhar Singh, MS
Real-Time Viewing in the OR
Intraoperative OCT can reveal vital information and anatomic changes during vitreoretinal surgical procedures.
Mahi Muqit, PhD, FRCOphth
4K Video Technology: Taking Retina Surgery to Another Level
The latest development in ultrahigh-definition video technology could help elevate the level of surgeon education.
Denis Jusufbegovic, MD; Agustina Palacio, MD; and Shlomit Schaal, MD, PhD
Characterizing the White Dot Syndromes
In this case report, multimodal imaging in an older patient with an atypical presentation of inflammatory chorioretinopathy provided useful information.
Michael D. Tibbetts, MD, edited by Heeral R. Shah, MD, and Jordana G. Fein, MD
Angiography Version 2.0
OCT angiography offers a more complete picture of the retinal and choroidal vasculature than dye-based imaging.
Marco Rispoli, MD; Luca Di Antonio, MD, PhD; Leonardo Mastropasqua, MD; and Bruno Lumbroso, MD
Endoscopy: An Overlooked Tool in the Management of Ocular Trauma
Despite a steep learning curve, this instrument can make a big difference.
Marcus Colyer, MD
5Q With Rishi Singh, MD
Rishi Singh, MD, is an Associate Professor of Ophthalmology at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio, and the President of the Retina World Congress.
November/December 2016 | Web Exclusive
Viral Anterior Uveitis
Thomas Albini, MD, and Eric Suhler, MD, MPH