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September 2005

Features

Primary Retinal Detachment: A Review of Mechanisms, Management, and Controversies
By:  Reza Iranmanesh, M.D.; William M. Schiff, M.D.
Obtaining Reimbursement for OCT Exams

B-Scan: The Reliable, Necessary, Diagnostic Technology
By:  John Parkinson, Associate Editor
Ultrasound continues to aid retinal specialists in detecting posterior ailments.

New Heidelberg Angiograph Offers Valuable Detail
By:  Keith Croes; Ellen Kurek
High-resolution dynamic images provide additional information for the management of CNV. Updated.

Infection Control and Injection Safety: a Work in Progress
By:  Rochelle Nataloni
As surgeons gain experience and anti-infectives gain strength, guideline updates should be expected.

Vitrase for the Treatment of Vitreous Hemorrhage
By:  Abdhish R. Bhavsar, M.D.
A discussion of new treatments and the viability of Vitrase as a pharmacotherapy option.

The Promise and Perils of Combination Therapy
By:  George A. Williams, M.D.
A discussion of off-label treatments for age-related macular degeneration.

Technologies for Image Management

An at-a-glance guide to today's products.

An All-Inclusive Laser: the Multicolor Novus Varia
By:  David R. Chow, M.D., F.R.C.S.C.
Dependable, quiet, and versatile, the Novus Varia is in constant demand.

Departments

Upfront
By:  Jason S. Slakter, M.D.
Controversy and the Management of Retinal Disease

FACE OFF
By:  Abdhish R. Bhavsar, M.D.
This column explores topics in the diagnosis and management of retinal diseases

SUBSPECIALTY NEWS - Inside Genentech's Lucentis Strategy
By:  Jerry Helzner
The company had no experience in ophthalmic drugs, but has moved its wet AMD treatment ahead quickly.

CODING Q&A
By:  Riva Lee Asbell
Obtaining Reimbursement for OCT Exams




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