This secondary glaucoma has a unique pathophysiology that may inform treatment approaches.
Weighing the pros and cons of altering therapy involves several factors. Here’s guidance for management.
Angle-recession glaucoma is tricky to treat. Based on the current literature, it might be time to revise our approach.
Manipulating friable tissue after tube exposure takes patience and meticulous dissection. Here’s guidance.
An expert shares how to balance treatment risk in this growing patient population.
A glaucoma specialist shares how to manage patients with bleeding nerves.
Why trabeculectomy needs to survive and how we can ensure its future.
Cost is a significant barrier for many glaucoma patients. Here are some ways to help.
Don’t underestimate the impact of decreased vision on your patients’ lives.
By the time your patients complain of symptoms, it may be too late. An expert shares how to manage this disease.