Glaucoma Management

ECP & Cataract Surgery: Perfect Together?

Evidence suggests that endoscopic cyclophotocoagulation can be a safe and effective adjunct to cataract surgery.
09/05/2016

MIGS & Meds: Refining Trabecular Bypass

Implanting a MIGS device and adding one drop may be a much better option for many glaucoma patients than a trab or tube.
08/05/2016

Familial Glaucoma Risk: Spreading the Word

One way to reduce vision loss from glaucoma is to make sure our patients understand that their relatives are at increased risk.
07/05/2016

Seeing Glaucoma from The Patient’s Perspective

One surgeon shares what he has learned from being both a glaucoma patient and doctor.
06/05/2016

Managing Pediatric Patients With Glaucoma

Managing young patients with this disease presents a number of challenges, in terms of both diagnosis and treatment.
05/10/2016

When a Prostaglandin Drop Isn’t Enough

Many patients need more than a prostaglandin in order to reach your target IOP. Here are the pros and cons of each option.
04/05/2016

Assessing the Angle: Which Method Is Best?

Gonioscopy, optical coherence tomography and ultrasound biometry all have advantages and limitations.
03/04/2016

Managing Glaucoma with ICE Syndrome

Because of the other issues associated with ICE syndrome, many standard glaucoma treatments are ineffective.
02/05/2016

Should You Try a New Glaucoma Surgery?

With new options available, surgeons have to decide whether it makes sense to incorporate them into their practices.
01/05/2016

Treat the Patient— Not Just the Disease

Managing a patient’s ailment may not alleviate the patient’s suffering. Changing our focus can make a world of difference.
12/08/2015