Predictors of Success With Ocriplasmin in VMT and FTMH
Michelle C. Liang, MD • Jay S. Duker, MD
In cases of vitreomacular traction and macular hole, choice of treatment can make a big difference.
When Office-based Vitrectomy Makes Sense
LILIYA SHEVCHENKO, DO • SCOTT J. WESTHOUSE, DO • THOMAS M. AABERG, JR., MD
The authors share their experience performing vitreoretinal surgery in the office.
Imaging the Evolution of Dry AMD
MARCO A. ZARBIN, MD, PhD • PHILIP J. ROSENFELD, MD, PhD
Advancements in imaging have resulted in greater ability to diagnose and perhaps treat dry AMD.
Widefield OCT: Current and Future Applications
ASHLEIGH LEVISON, MD • JUSTIS P. EHLERS, MD
When retinal pathology goes beyond the macula, imaging can pose a challenge.
Retinal Management of Dropped Lens As a Complication Of Phacoemulsi cation
VICTOR M. VILLEGAS, MD • AARON S. GOLD, OD • ANDREA WILDNER, CRA • FIONA EHLIES, CDOS • TIMOTHY G. MURRAY, MD, MBA
Tips for the posterior-segment surgeon
Spectral-domain OCT of the RPE
MICHAEL KARAMPELAS, MD, FEBO • DAWN A. SIM, FRCOphth • PEARSE A. KEANE, MD, FRCOphth
Optical coherence tomography has evolved to the extent that we can now image the retinal microstructure.
Peter K. Kaiser, MD
Company targets both wet and dry AMD.
Controversies in Care
EDITED BY MICHAEL COLUCCIELLO, MD
BY SUZANNE L. CORCORAN, COE
RENÉ LUTHE, SENIOR ASSOCIATE EDITOR