January/February 2017 | Medical Editors' Page
Practice Long and Prosper
Allen C. Ho, MD, and Robert L. Avery, MD
January/February 2017 | business Of Retinainnovations In Retina
Targeting Tie-2 in patients with wet AMD or diabetic eye disease could allow clinicians to treat patients who have not responded to conventional therapies.
Aron Shapiro; David Hollander, MD; and Lisa Smith
January/February 2017 | fellows' Focus
Looking Forward and Looking Backward
Presenters at the Wills Retina Update asked retina doctors to look to the past to treat some patients while also exploring how future innovations could change the field's dynamics.
Sundeep K. Kasi, MD
January/February 2017 | coding For Retina
New Uses of the 7th Character in ICD-10-CM Coding
A review of changes that take effect this year.
Riva Lee Asbell
January/February 2017 | retina Surgeryglobal Perspectives
Epiretinal Membrane Surgery: To Peel or Not to Peel the ILM?
Case report illustrates potential for complication with peeling.
Lihteh Wu, MD
January/February 2017 | retina Pearls
Treating Recurrent Retinal Detachment Due to PVR
This presentation can be a tall order for the surgeon, but the suggestions offered here can make the task less daunting.
Charles C. Wykoff, MD, PhD
January/February 2017 | Medical Retina
More Than Uveitis
A case report illustrates the importance of performing a systemic workup on all patients with posterior uveitis.
Nora Muakkassa, MD, and Lana Rifkin, MD, edited by Heeral R. Shah, MD, and Jordana G. Fein, MD
January/February 2017 | Ocular Oncology
Choroidal Nevus Growth Over 13 Years: Is It a Problem?
Some benign choroidal nevi can demonstrate minimal and slow enlargement without becoming malignant.
Timothy S. Fuller, MD, and Carol L. Shields, MD
January/February 2017 | Retina Abroad
Volunteer Surgery in the Republic of Palau
A yearly visit relieves many Palauans from having to fly elsewhere for ophthalmic care.
Mark R. Wieland, MD
January/February 2017 | Cover Focus
Making Endodiathermy a Multifunctional Tool
High-powered noncontact diathermy can clear vitreous hemorrhage in vitrectomy for PDR.
John D. Pitcher III, MD, and Omesh P. Gupta, MD, MBA
Lasers in Current Retina Practice
Recent updates bode well for the relevance of laser therapy in retina.
Mahima Jhingan, MD; Komal Agarwal, MD; and Jay Chhablani, MD
Hybrid 27-Gauge Vitrectomy
Sometimes the best approach requires a winning combination.
Thanos Papakostas, MD, and Yoshihiro Yonekawa, MD
The 27-Gauge Revolution
The trend toward smaller surgical instruments has led most recently to the creation of 27-gauge surgery. But is it the be-all and end-all?
Michael A. Klufas, MD, and Jason Hsu, MD
Best Practices for MIVS
With the trend toward smaller-gauge surgical platforms, a solid understanding of the options is necessary for success.
Rohit Ross Lakhanpal, MD, FACS