Glaucoma Management

Supplements & Glaucoma: Advising Your Patients

Given the popularity of questionable “alternative” treatments, your patients are counting on you to set them straight.
02/09/2018

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.
01/10/2018

Don’t Be Fooled: Spotting OCT Artifacts

Numerous factors can cause your machine to produce a misleading result. Here’s how to identify bogus data.
12/11/2017

Should You Touch That Trab or Tube?

Successful cataract surgery sometimes involves working around a pre-existing trabeculectomy bleb or tube shunt. Here’s help.
11/07/2017

Optimizing the Efficacy of Topical Medications

A number of simple strategies can go a long way toward making sure your patients benefit from their eye drops.
10/09/2017

When Should You Neuroimage Your Patient?

Neurologic disease may present with symptoms that mimic glaucoma. Here’s how to know when to check for trouble.
09/13/2017

Premium Lenses, Cataract Surgery and Glaucoma

As technology improves and patient expectations rise, doctors treating glaucoma should consider offering premium options.
08/08/2017

Glaucoma Surgery: When The Conjunctiva Isn’t Ideal

Damaged or unhealthy conjunctiva can significantly affect the course of glaucoma surgery. Here’s help.
07/06/2017

High-tech Mythbusting: Glaucoma and the Macula

As new technology reveals more about the connection between structure and function, many old ideas are falling by the wayside.
06/09/2017

Is It Glaucoma? Or Just High Myopia?

Highly myopic eyes often resemble glaucomatous eyes, so if pressure is normal, diagnosis can be challenging. Here’s help.
05/10/2017