Glaucoma

Glaucoma Through Time

Through educational, legal and technological barriers, optometrists have been managing glaucoma for decades.
07/21/2016

To Solve a Puzzle, Use Every Piece

A patient with a dense asteroid hyalosis was confused about her medication schedule.
06/15/2016

Angle Closure: A Bad Connection

When a patient’s iris and lens connect, trouble emerges.
06/15/2016

Breaking Down Barriers: Iridotomy in Optometric Practice

Progressive states allow it, and others are likely to follow. Here’s how it’s done.
05/15/2016

Glaucoma: Hone Your Differential Diagnosis

Discovering the true diagnosis can be challenging when patients present with glaucoma-like findings. Here are some differentials to look out for.
04/15/2016

Irresponsible Education

Be ready to answer patients’ questions based upon misleading information.
04/15/2016

It Happens… Conversion, That Is

A 71-year-old long-standing glaucoma suspect converts at a particularly inopportune time.
04/15/2016

Automated Perimetry: Visual Field Deficits in Glaucoma and Beyond

Evaluating the visual pathway can be integral to diagnosing and managing numerous conditions.
03/15/2016

OCT’s Role in an Optometric Practice

Knowing what you can—and can’t—do with this imaging technology helps you provide the best care to patients with common ocular conditions.
03/15/2016

ROCKin’ a New Treatment Option

Rho-kinase inhibition may soon help glaucoma and some cornea patients. Here’s what it does.
02/15/2016

Upcoming Events

October 7-9, 2016

Topic: New Technologies and Treatments 
Location: Marriott Downtown, Philadelphia
Up to 19 CE Credits*
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October 21-22, 2016

Topic: East Coast Optometric Glaucoma Symposium
Location: Crystal Gateway Marriott, Arlington, Va
Up to 12 CE Credits*
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November 19, 2016

Topic: Southwest Optometric Glaucoma Symposium
Location: JW Marriott Houston, Houston, Texas
Up to 6 CE Credits*
Register here

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