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.

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.

Assessing the Angle: Which Method Is Best?

Gonioscopy, optical coherence tomography and ultrasound biometry all have advantages and limitations.

Managing Glaucoma with ICE Syndrome

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

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.

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.

Managing Hypotony After Trabeculectomy

Very low intraocular pressure following surgery can have serious visual consequences. These strategies can help prevent trouble.

Glaucoma Surgery 101: Tips and Pearls

Sometimes small changes can make surgery go more smoothly. One surgeon shares some of what she’s learned.

Steroids for Glaucoma: Both Friend and Foe

These drugs can be both beneficial and harmful—and their effects can vary from patient to patient.