Glaucoma Management

The Asymptomatic PAC Suspect: LPI or No LPI?

Most MDs don’t hesitate to perform a laser peripheral iridotomy in healthy patients with narrow angles. It may be time to reconsider.

Elderly and OHT: Should You Treat?

A number of factors have to be considered when deciding whether to put this type of patient on drops.

Co-managing Glaucoma: One MD’s Experience

An ophthalmologist who has worked with ODs for years says that doing so has benefited his patients and his practice. 

Two Unique Glaucoma Drugs Debut

Latanoprostene bunod and netarsudil offer surgeons new options in the battle to effectively lower IOP.

Diagnosing Early Glaucoma: Pearls and Pitfalls

In our ongoing attempts to detect the disease at its earliest stages, new technologies are showing promise.

Managing Pseudoexfoliation During Cataract Surgery

Using a few simple strategies can go a long way toward preventing problems when dealing with these eyes.

Treating Uveitic Glaucoma: What Works?

Because these patients have two conditions, treatment can be a challenge. However, today’s options are improving the prognosis.

Supplements & Glaucoma: Advising Your Patients

Given the popularity of questionable “alternative” treatments, your patients are counting on you to set them straight.

GSL and Cataract Surgery: Low Risk, High Reward

An often underutilized procedure, goniosynechialysis can be a significant contributor to pressure control in angle-closure patients.