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Patients respond differently to central serous retinopathy treatment

Patients respond differently to central serous retinopathy treatment
July 27, 2017

WASHINGTON – A multitude of management options exist for central serous retinopathy, and “if the patient doesn’t become better in 3 to 4 months, consider another option,” Roya Attar, OD, MBA, said here at Optometry’s Meeting.

Attar and Mohammed Rafieetary, OD, FAAO, shared their poster findings in a live presentation.

Debate, fluidity continues over repeal, replacement of ACA

July 27, 2017
The United States Senate is more than halfway through 20 hours of debate over the so-called “skinny repeal” bill that would start the process of eliminating…

New app helps ODs conduct eye exams in multiple languages

July 27, 2017
A new mobile app, OpTranslate, helps English-speaking optometrists conduct eye exams on non-English speaking patients. OpTranslate offers written explanations and…
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PUBLICATION EXCLUSIVE: The state of dry eye care, part 2

July 27, 2017
As we head into the summer months, I thought it would be helpful to take the pulse of our dry eye world and report on the state of the state, if you will. In part 1 I…

BLOG: How the lamina cribrosa changes with glaucoma – part 2

July 26, 2017
Last month we discussed enhanced depth imaging and its ability to image the lamina cribrosa, specifically in patients with glaucoma. This month we’ll get into a…
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Diabetic Eye Disease Consults – Volume 2, Number 2

This activity is supported by an educational grant from Regeneron Pharmaceuticals, Inc.

Diabetic retinopathy (DR) is a major cause of blindness among American adults aged 40 years and older. The prevalence…
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VIDEO: Eye track game helps improve reading

June 27, 2017
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VIDEO: Private equity to have 'significant impact' on ophthalmology

June 27, 2017
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