Richard L. Lindstrom

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Disruptive changes ahead in glaucoma space

Ocular Surgery News U.S. Edition, February 25, 2016
Richard L. Lindstrom, MD
All of us who do cataract surgery see a significant number of patients who have glaucoma as a comorbidity. At least 10% of patients who come to have…
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Regulatory burdens contribute to physician occupational burnout

Ocular Surgery News U.S. Edition, February 10, 2016
Richard L. Lindstrom, MD
The vast majority of ophthalmologists opt in as a provider for Medicare because so many of our patients are older than 65 years. Less so for…
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Ocular surface disease: One physician’s approach to treatment

Ocular Surgery News U.S. Edition, January 25, 2016
Richard L. Lindstrom, MD
It has been a busy 2 weeks in the clinic since I wrote my last commentary on dry eye syndrome, focusing on the screening diagnostics I use in my…
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Ocular surface disease: One physician’s approach to testing, examining and making a diagnosis

Ocular Surgery News U.S. Edition, January 10, 2016
Richard L. Lindstrom, MD
One or another form of ocular surface disease, usually dry eye syndrome, blepharitis, meibomian gland dysfunction, ocular allergy or conjunctivitis…
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Recent discovery leads to PDEK as another cornea transplant option

Ocular Surgery News U.S. Edition, December 25, 2015
Richard L. Lindstrom, MD
According to an Eye Bank Association of America statistical report, which includes data from 76 U.S. member eye banks, just under 48,000 keratoplasty…
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Combination of ROP treatments may help eliminate ‘destructive’ laser therapy

Ocular Surgery News U.S. Edition, December 10, 2015
Richard L. Lindstrom, MD
Retinopathy of prematurity is a disease in premature infants who today, secondary to advanced neonatal intensive care units, are surviving at ever…
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OCTA represents next step in imaging technology

Ocular Surgery News U.S. Edition, November 25, 2015
Richard L. Lindstrom, MD
OCT uses a relatively long wavelength near infrared light to create a three-dimensional high-resolution cross-sectional image of tissue. The light…
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Suprachoroidal devices an exciting step in treatment of POAG

Ocular Surgery News U.S. Edition, November 10, 2015
Richard L. Lindstrom, MD
Approximately 3.5 million people in the U.S. have primary open-angle glaucoma, and the number in the world is at least 60 million. In addition, it is…
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Ophthalmologists need to be aware of possibility of Ebola in eyes of survivors

Ocular Surgery News U.S. Edition, October 25, 2015
Richard L. Lindstrom, MD
Ebola virus, or EBOV, is one of five known viruses in the genus Ebolavirus. It is a very small single-stranded negative-sense RNA virus. It mutates…
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Pursuit of ideal presbyopia-correcting IOL continues

Ocular Surgery News U.S. Edition, October 10, 2015
Richard L. Lindstrom, MD
The options available for the surgical correction of presbyopia with an IOL implant continue to expand. The potential indications for the treatment…