Review of Ophthalmology Online eNewsletter
In this Issue:
- Frequency of VF Testing of POAG Patients
Did most subjects receive at least one visual field test per year?
Reticular Pseudodrusen: Macular Risk Feature for Late AMD ProgressionSee the nuances of this new biomarker.
- Refractive Stability, Axial Elongation & Related Factors in a High Myopia Population After ICL Implantation
Learn the status of myopic progression and axial elongation after surgery.
- Baseline Sattler Layer Choriocapillaris Complex Thickness Cutoffs & AMD Progression
Discover whether choroidal impairment contributes to disease progression.
- Industry News
Continuing Medical Education
In this CME Monograph from MedEdicus, a panel of expert ophthalmologists will review the common causes of ptosis and traditional therapies for ptosis correction. The panel will also review the clinical data for oxymetazoline 0.1%, a new topical medical therapy approved for ptosis treatment. In addition, a series of cases will be discussed to demonstrate the systematic evaluation of patients with ptosis and the development of individualized treatment plans.
The Maestro2 automated OCT leverages robotic technology to improve practice efficiency for optimal patient are. It automatically performs alignment, focus, optimization and capture for routine cases, while a manual/semiautomatic capture option can aid with more challenging cases. The 360-degree rotating monitor provides operator distance and an optional anterior segment attachment.