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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

Enhancing Glaucoma Patients’ Adherence to Prescribed Medical Therapy Tools to meet the challenge.
By Gail F. Schwartz, MD

New Horizons in Glaucoma Drug Delivery Many products are in research and development, but there are numerous challenges.
By Gary D. Novack, PhD

Current Concepts in Laser Trabeculoplasty Advances in technology make this option an attractive alternative or adjunct to medical therapy.
By Jason Bacharach, MD

Filtration Surgery: Indications and Improvements The future of this intervention likely depends on the development of devices that communicate between the anterior chamber and the episcleral space.
By Michael Stiles, MD

The Evolving Indications for Microinvasive Glaucoma Surgery Less surgery may be more.
By Robert Marquis, MD, PhD

Novel Risk Factors for Glaucoma Research suggests that many issues other than IOP may play a role in the pathophysiology of glaucoma.
By Shan Lin, MD

June 2014June 2014

The Literature By Joseph Panarelli, MD, and Lauren Blieden, MD

The Optometrist’s Role in Glaucoma Care Involvement varies among providers for several reasons.
By Murray Fingeret, OD

Does the Integrated MD-OD Model Represent the Future? Greater collaboration between these eye care specialists will have a growing role in the management of glaucoma patients.
By Anup K. Khatana, MD

The Evolving Role of Lens Extraction in Glaucoma Care Cataract surgery lowers the IOP in eyes with many types of glaucoma.
By Marcos Reyes, MD

Laser Cataract Surgery in the Glaucoma Population These patients present unique considerations and challenges, but many of them can benefit from the use of a femtosecond laser.
By Robert J. Noecker, MD, MBA

IOL Selection Considerations in Glaucoma Patients Options vary with the severity of the disease.
By Norm Zabriskie, MD

Keratorefractive Surgery in Glaucoma Patients Considerations for refractive and glaucoma surgeons.
By John P. Berdahl, MD

Medical Marijuana for Glaucoma Therapy Despite the drug’s potential IOP-lowering capabilities, toxicity to the ocular surface is a major concern.
By Katherine Shen, OD

Compassionate Communication Strategies for building relationships with newly diagnosed patients and those with progressing glaucoma.
By Henry D. Jampel, MD, MHS; Richard J. Madonna, OD; Steven L. Mansberger, MD, MPH; Igor Estrovich, MD; Leo Semes, OD; Julia Song, MD; and Joseph Sowka, OD

Sidebar: Discussing Medical Marijuana with Glaucoma Patients By David Diaz, MD

Industry News and Innovations

April 2014April 2014

Measuring the Impact of Glaucoma and the Value of Treatment A primer on value-based medicine.
By Gary C. Brown, MD, MBA; Melissa M. Brown, MD, MN, MBA; Joshua D. Stein, MD, MSc, MS; Richard P. Wilson, MD; and George L. Spaeth, MD

Results of GT’s 2014 Film Festival

Overview on Microinvasive Glaucoma Surgery Where are we now?
By Reay H. Brown, MD

Surgical Pearls and Pitfalls With a Trabecular Microbypass Stent The challenges and my approach for success.
By Constance O. Okeke, MD, MSCE

The Role of Suprachoroidal Stents Where will they fit in the glaucoma treatment paradigm?
By Brian Flowers, MD

New Trends in Antimetabolite Use The intraoperative injection of mitomycin C.
By Albert S. Khouri, MD

Stab Incision Glaucoma Surgery A new guarded filtration procedure developed to maximize success by avoiding some of the complications of standard trabeculectomy.
By Soosan Jacob, MS, FRCS, DNB

Advances in Cyclophotocoagulation The evolution of laser glaucoma surgery in the 21st century.
By Jeffrey A. Kammer, MD

Cultured Human Retinal Ganglion Cells New approaches in laboratory research could help identify targets for glaucoma intervention.
By Abbot F. Clark, PhD

Industry News and Innovations

In Memoriam: 5 Questions With David L. Epstein, MD Dr. Epstein stresses the need for MD clinician scientists and an interdisciplinary approach in glaucoma research.

February 2014February 2014

The Literature By Sarah Khodadadeh, MD

Formation of a Pupillary Membrane After Ocular Trauma By Sandra M. Johnson, MD, and Josh Nunn

Pairing Patients and Treatments Physicians must select which therapy is most appropriate for the stage of disease.
By Marlene R. Moster, MD, and Wanda D. Hu, MD

How Will the ACA Affect Glaucoma Practice in 2014? The impact this year will be minimal for various reasons.
By William L. Rich III, MD

How Will I Alter My Practice During the Next 5 Years? Changes in reimbursement may be a driving force.
By Richard A. Lehrer, MD

Maximizing Care of the Underserved Glaucoma Patient Population The challenges are great but not insurmountable.
By Eric N. Brown, MD, PhD, and Rohit Krishna, MD

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