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February 2015February 2015

The Business of Glaucoma By Steven D. Vold, MD

Outflow Resistance An analysis of early and recent research.
By Murray Johnstone, MD

Steroid Therapy and IOP Along with the benefits of intravitreal injections and sustained-release implants comes the risk of steroid-induced ocular hypertension.
By Bradley P. Roth, MS, And Barbara Smit, MD, PhD

Gonioscopy-Assisted Transluminal Trabeculotomy: Blending Tradition With Innovation The ab interno approach may prove to be the safest and most effective for glaucoma surgery.
By Aaron Barrett, MLS(ASCP), And Craig Chaya, MD

Satisfaction Rates With Electronic Health Records The reviews are mediocre, but some physicians are enthusiastic.
By Jonathan S. Myers, MD

Selecting Glaucoma Medications Insurance and other financial considerations
By Jacob T. Wilensky, MD

Point/Counterpoint: Is Cost a Viable Reason to Perform Glaucoma Surgery First? By Thomas Patrianakos, DO; Elizabeth Martin, MD; and Sarwat Salim, MD

Uveal Melanoma Masquerading as Pigment Dispersion Syndrome By Yijie (Brittany) Lin, MD, And Joseph F. Panarelli, MD

Industry News and Innovations

December 2014December 2014

The Literature By Dipika B. Joshi, MD, and Tak Yee Tania Tai, MD

Neuroprotection in Glaucoma Researchers continue to seek strategies and agents independent of IOP lowering that will protect neurons from apoptosis.
By Zakaria Bannur, MD, MSc(MEDICINE); Sushil Vasudevan, MBBS, MSurg(Ophth); Jonathan G. Crowston, FRCOphth, FRANZCO, PhD; and Ivan Goldberg, AM, MBBS, FRANZCO, FRACS

Micropulse Laser Trabeculoplasty After Previous Laser Trabeculoplasty By Tak Yee Tania Tai, MD

Will the Cost of Clinical Trials Quash Change in Glaucoma Treatment? Financial burden compromises phase 3 trials and prolongs the approval of surgical devices.
By Alan L. Robin, MD

Topical Glaucoma Treatment and the Cornea Alternative strategies may benefit patients with a compromised ocular surface.
By Adam C. Reynolds, MD

Vascular Considerations in Glaucoma Management Evidence strongly suggests that ocular blood flow plays a role in glaucoma pathophysiology.
By Alon Harris, MS, PhD; Rehan Hussain, MD; Scott Wentz; and Brent Siesky, PhD

Genetics in Glaucoma Diagnosis and Management Gene-based tests and therapies carry important implications for clinical practice.
By Inas F. Aboobakar, BS, and R. Rand Allingham, MD

Immunologic Considerations in Glaucoma Care Innate and adaptive immune responses represent elusive but important components of the human glaucomatous process.
By Louis R. Pasquale, MD, and Meredith Gregory-ksander, PhD

Managing Systemic Disease in the Glaucoma Patient Many systemic diseases may be correlated with glaucoma. Conversely, glaucoma treatments can affect a patient’s other systemic diseases.
By Jennifer Somers Weizer, MD

Current Approaches to Low-Tension Glaucoma This challenging condition requires individualized care.
By Carla J. Siegfried, MD

Negotiating Language Barriers Practitioners describe how they build trust through communication with patients who do not speak English.
By Rohit Varma, MD, MPH; Justin Schweitzer, OD; Darrell Wudunn, MD, PhD; and Walter O. Whitley, OD, MBA

Tube Coverage: Another Approach By Jonathan S. Myers, MD

Industry News and Innovations

October 2014October 2014

Changing Paradigms in Glaucoma Care By Steven D. Vold, MD

Shan Lin, MD

The Role of 24-Hour IOP Monitoring in Glaucoma Continuous monitoring would allow clinicians to develop a more complete IOP profile on which to base long-term treatment goals for patients.
By Leonard K. Seibold, MD; Kaweh Mansouri, MD, MPH; Jeffrey R. SooHoo, MD; and Malik Y. Kahook, MD

The Future of Noninvasive Surgeries to Enhance Aqueous Outflow Sonic energy and the modified delivery of laser energy appear to be the next wave.
By Jeffrey A. Kammer, MD

Sidebar: Micropulse Laser Trabeculoplasty By Iqbal Ike K. Ahmed, MD, FRCSC

Sidebar: Pattern Scanning Laser Trabeculoplasty By Miho Nozaki, MD, PhD

The Jigsaw Effect Refined perimetric analysis confirms that the brain coordinates bilateral glaucomatous neurodegeneration to optimize the surviving binocular visual field.
By William Eric Sponsel, MD

The Effects of Changing Demographics on Ophthalmology An increase in life expectancy means more need for eye care as the population ages.
By Norbert Pfeiffer, MD, PhD

Does Blood Flow Measurement Have a Role in Glaucoma Care? Advanced imaging technologies and therapeutic options make blood flow measurement a prime consideration in glaucoma monitoring.
By Ahmad A. Aref, MD; Yali Jia, PhD; and David Huang, MD, PhD

Implanting a Valved Tube Shunt By Soosan Jacob, MS, FRCS, DNB

Industry News and Innovations

Ruminations for the Voting Booth Ophthalmologists need to research candidates running for office before voting in the 2014 midterm elections.
By Jeffrey J. Kimbell and Kenneth L. Hodge

August 2014August 2014

The Literature By Sunju Park, MD, and Assumpta Madu, MD, PharmD, MBA

Arthur J. Sit, SM, MD By Arthur J. Sit, SM, MD

Could Glaucoma Be a Two-Pressure Disease? Research on the effects of space flight on the ocular system may help reveal if cerebrospinal fluid pressure plays a role in the development of glaucoma and idiopathic intracranial hypertension.
By John P. Berdahl, MD

The Societal Costs of Blindness From Uncontrolled Glaucoma By Yvonne N. Covin, MD; Daniel Laroche, MD; and Mildred M. G. Olivier, MD

Advances in 24-Hour IOP Monitoring This technology will lead to more personalized care for patients.
By Robert Chang, MD

Diurnal IOP Control: How Important Is It? Many glaucoma experts agree that IOP variation is important to evaluating and managing patients with glaucoma.
By Sanjay Asrani, MD

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