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Glaucoma Myth Busters: Myths About Endoscopic Cyclophotocoagulation

December 1, 2018

Journal: Glaucoma Physician | Issue: December | Author: Steven R. Sarkisian Jr., MD A MIGS procedure with an excellent safety profile. Endoscopic cyclophotocoagulation (ECP) has been in existence for many years and really was the first MIGS procedure. Still, there are lingering myths about this procedure that must be addressed. Tens of thousands of people […]

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In Conversation With Salman Waqar

December 1, 2018

Journal: EyeNews | Issue: December/January 2019 | Author: Hari Kaneshayogan, Hari Kaneshayogan interviews Salman Waqar, a Consultant Ophthalmologist with a keen interest in medical innovation. He is the inventor of the Waqar suture removal forceps, which combines suture cut and removal in one instrument. He has also created an injection guide with the potential to eliminate the […]

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Innovation In Surgery

November 12, 2018

Article: Retina Specialist | Issue: November 2018 | Authors: Flavio Rezende, MD, PhD, and Natalia Vila, MD, PhD, FEBO Digitally assisted visualization can make endoscopy more accessible for vitreoretinal surgery. Three-dimensional, digitally assisted visualization systems are enhancing optical microscope-based approaches to vitreoretinal surgery. Besides the clear advantages of the 3-D technology over the traditional approach—4,000-pixel […]

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Treating Dry Eye in Glaucoma

November 1, 2018

Journal: Ophthalmology Times | Issue: November | Author: Dharmendra (Dave) Patel, MD; Attention to ocular surface essential when caring for patients with long-term disease management. Whether from lifestyle changes or just paying more attention, clinicians know that the incidence of ocular surface disease is increasing. Current estimates are more than 16 million U.S. adults are […]

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Combine ECP with Cataract Surgery

November 1, 2018

Article: Ophthalmology Management | Issue: November 2018 | Author: Michael Patterson, DO Multiple mechanisms are often at play in the production and outflow of aqueous, so glaucoma patients greatly benefit from the simultaneous treatment of both pathways, albeit with different modalities.1 For example, a minimally invasive glaucoma surgery (MIGS) such as the iStent Trabecular Micro-Bypass (Glaukos) […]

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Road Map for Intergrating MIGS

October 1, 2018

Article: The Ophthalmic ASC | Issue: October 2018 | Author: Erin Murphy In 2018, chances are good that minimally invasive glaucoma surgeries (MIGS) are either in your ophthalmic ASC or coming soon. New technologies that were exciting for glaucoma specialists from the very early stages are now in the hands of cataract and refractive surgeons as […]

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