Glaucoma Management

Glaucoma Severity: Individualizing Surgery

Surgical intervention to relieve high intraocular pressure is not a “one-size-fits-all” proposition. A surgeon shares his experience.

 


07/10/2019

Working with Inflow Ablative Procedures

A surgeon discusses the pros and cons of three commonly used forms of cyclophotocoagulation.

 

 


07/10/2019

Easing Your Patients’ Financial Burden

Doing what you can to limit the cost of glaucoma treatment can improve adherence and create happier patients.

06/10/2019

Managing Glaucoma With OCT Angiography

This technology is showing promise as a clinical tool for diagnosing and monitoring glaucoma patients.

 

04/26/2019

Diagnosing Angle Closure: Gonioscopy vs. OCT

Both approaches offer advantages in terms of convenience and accuracy, but gonioscopy still remains the gold standard.

04/05/2019

Monitoring IOP at Home: A Work in Progress

Now that technology has made home IOP measurement feasible, doctors are beginning to uncover its real-world pros and cons.

03/05/2019

Exfoliation Syndrome And Systemic Risk

It’s clear that exfoliation affects parts of the body outside the eye; the question is whether that poses a danger to the patient.

02/05/2019

Alternatives: Managing Angle-Closure Glaucoma

In some cases, trying to address the underlying cause may be a good alternative to trabeculectomy and tube shunts.

01/05/2019

Helping Your Patients Adhere to Treatment

Effective communication is crucial, including asking key questions, providing clear educational materials and offering assistance.

12/05/2018

Everything You Need to Know About GATT

Gonioscopy-assisted transluminal trabeculotomy is showing efficacy for treating many glaucomas—even at advanced stages.
11/09/2018