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»Case of the Month

Mar 23 2017

Monitoring Conjuctival Lesions

Bud O'Leary, OD

Dr. Robert Dunphy discusses the use of OCTs to manage conjunctival cysts and post-operative care of glaucoma surgery.
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»Glaucoma Watch

Feb 13 2017

Introduction to Corneal Hysteresis

Janet Swartz, EdD

Dr. Leo Semes describes corneal hysteresis and differentiates it from central corneal thickness in the diagnosis of glaucoma and glaucoma progression.
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»Case of the Month

Feb 05 2017

OCT and Ocular Lesions

Bud O'Leary, OD

Dr. Robert Dunphy discusses using an OCT to provide additional structural information when treating a patient with herpetic blepharitis.
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»Glaucoma Watch

Jan 31 2017

Study Questions link between Glaucoma and Alzheimer's Disease

J. James Thimons, OD, FAAO

A recent study presented at the Hawaiian Eye 2017 conference compared the cognitive skills of normal tension glaucoma patients and nonglaucomatous controls.
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»Glaucoma Watch

Dec 11 2016

Sustained Release IOP Therapies

Janet Swartz, EdD

Dr. Jim Thimons discusses several developments for sustained release of IOP therapies using injection, punctal plugs and contact lens.
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»Glaucoma Watch

Nov 13 2016

Checking Color Vision

Janet Swartz, EdD

During a recent webinar, Dr. Michael Pokabla discusses why he uses color plates for all new glaucoma patients.
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»Case of the Month

Jun 13 2016

Glaucoma Damage in a Younger Patient

Bud O'Leary, OD

Dr.Tony Litwak discusses the medical and surgical options for a 47-year-old patient who previously was a boxer and now has glaucoma damage.
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»Glaucoma Watch

May 20 2016

Handheld OCT

Janet Swartz, EdD

The handheld OCT, developed by James Fujimoto, Ph.D., and his colleagues at MIT, was discussed by Dr. Bud O'Leary at a recent webinar.
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