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July 15, 2014

July 15, 2014
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The Changing and Challenging Epidemiology of Glaucoma

As the aging population doubles and minority groups skyrocket, we face increased challenges in tailoring our glaucoma care to each patient.
Features

Annual Glaucoma Report

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Tailor Your Approach to PXG Management 

Patients with pseudoexfoliative glaucoma often require a more thorough diagnostic work-up and earlier intervention than those with POAG. So how do these conditions differ, and why? 
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The Changing and Challenging Epidemiology of Glaucoma 

As the aging population doubles and minority groups skyrocket, we face increased challenges in tailoring our glaucoma care to each patient.
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Plotting the Path of Progression 

Our success in managing glaucoma hinges on our ability to recognize—and make sense of—both structural and functional changes.

Clinical Care

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Scleritis: When a Red Eye Raises a Red Flag 

This painful inflammation is often an indicator of more serious health concerns.
Departments

Chairside

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iPhone Refraction? iLove It! 

Is that an OD in your pocket or are you just happy to see me?

Coding Abstract

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No More ‘Glaucoma Checks’ 

Avoid vague, stock phrases in your medical record. Get down to specifics.

Comanagement Q & A

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Steroid Adds to the Pressure 

This uveitis patient is also a steroid responder. Which problem do you tackle first? 

Cornea and Contact Lens Q & A

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Fresh Ink 

Corneal tattooing can mask scars and leucoma while improving visual acuity. But how is this technique performed?

Diagnostic Quiz

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A 50-50 Split 

How would you treat this patient?

Editor's Page

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Rise and Shine 

ODs are in prime position to address the growing needs of under-served glaucoma patients.

News Review

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Is Glaucoma a Brain Disease? 

New research shows that the brain—not the eye—controls the cellular process that leads to glaucoma.
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Omega-3s Suppress CNV 

For the first time, omega-3 fatty acids were shown to inhibit choroidal angiogenesis.
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Enough ODs, Workforce Study Says 

There will be enough ODs—and perhaps an oversupply—into the year 2025.
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Eye Disease Costs to Skyrocket by 2050 

Costs related to eye disease are expected to skyrocket 376% by 2050
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In the News 

The latest industry news.

Product Review

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Product Review 

The latest in industry products.

Retina Quiz

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Pale in Comparison 

This patient presented with a lifelong history of poor visual acuity in both eyes and abnormally light skin pigmentation. 

Review of Systems

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The Tangled Web We Weave 

Arteriovenous malformations can have widespread effects on the body,
including the eye.

Surgical Minute

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ASP: Take a Bite Out of RCE 

Even Cleopatra would favor this simple, needle-based procedure.

Therapeutic Review

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A Hole-in-One? 

Is there a role for iridotomy when managing patients with pigmentary glaucoma?
Optometric Retina Society

Optometric Retina Society Newsletter aims to provide clinical updates in retinal disease for primary care optometrists. As part of this mission, the ORS organizes both annual meetings and a quarterly e-newsletter, through which the latest research and clinical findings are presented to attendees and readers.

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Optometric Glaucoma Society Newsletter strives to promote excellence in the care of patients with glaucoma through professional education and scientific investigation. Its objectives are to promote the education of health care professionals, to promote glaucoma research, to make this information accessible to health care professionals and the public, and to establish collaboration with other professional organizations.

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