Glaucoma Management

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

The Asymptomatic PAC Suspect: LPI or No LPI?

Most MDs don’t hesitate to perform a laser peripheral iridotomy in healthy patients with narrow angles. It may be time to reconsider.
09/25/2018

Elderly and OHT: Should You Treat?

A number of factors have to be considered when deciding whether to put this type of patient on drops.
08/07/2018

Co-managing Glaucoma: One MD’s Experience

An ophthalmologist who has worked with ODs for years says that doing so has benefited his patients and his practice. 
07/11/2018

Two Unique Glaucoma Drugs Debut

Latanoprostene bunod and netarsudil offer surgeons new options in the battle to effectively lower IOP.
06/12/2018