Glaucoma Grand Rounds

Master the art of glaucoma diagnosis and care in this case-based learning environment. By James L. Fanelli, OD

Bad, Worse, Worst

Proceed with caution in cases of progressing advanced glaucoma.

Advancing Toward Advanced Disease

Only about 10% of glaucoma patients fall into this category; be sure to know how to manage those who present to you.

Expect an Expert

A new patient presents requesting a second opinion regarding her glaucoma diagnosis. Are you prepared to handle the situation?

Focusing on Fields

This test remains of clinical value to glaucoma care.

But Wait, There’s More!

A thorough investigation by a patient’s care team helps paint a fuller picture of potential concurrent diagnoses.

OCT's Role in Glaucoma

Even this objective result can lead to subjective doubts.

A Tale of Two Patients

One had more structural damage, the other had more progression. Here’s how to proceed in both cases of glaucoma.

That Time of Year

After the holidays come insurance coverage changes.

We are the Specialists of Eye Care

It’s up to us to manage the global ocular health of our patients, even when other providers are involved, too.

Don’t Complicate Things

Neurodegenerative disorders such as Alzheimer’s can make glaucoma management more challenging and contribute to disease progression.

Upcoming Events

June 13, 2023

All Eyes on Evaporation
Location: Virtual
Speaker: Ranjan Malhotra, MD, FACS, and Kelly Nichols, OD, MPH, PhD, FAAO
Webinar: 8:00pm EST

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June 21, 2023

Showcasing Inflammation and IOP Control
Location: Del Frisco's Washington, DC
Speakers: Derek Cunningham, OD, FAAO, and Justin Schweitzer, OD, FAAO
Dinner/Presentation: 7:00pm EST

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June 22, 2023

All Eyes on Evaporation
Location: Mastro's Steakhouse Washington, DC
Speakers: Melissa Barnett, OD, and Paul Karpecki, OD
Dinner/Presentation: 7:00pm EST

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