Glaucoma Grand Rounds

Enough Data to Track Glaucoma Patients?

It can be challenging to obtain adequate info when fundamental glaucomatous damage markers are blocked for other reasons.

Coordinating Care, Delaying Clinic

While making background arrangements for proper management is not usually difficult, it can cut into office efficiency.

AMD Plus Glaucoma: Double Jeopardy

Having both conditions can make it more difficult to determine the causes of changes seen in our testing.

Responsibility is a Two-Way Street

Once you've given patients every opportunity to benefit from your care, the rest is up to them.

Old-School Schooling

Sometimes, patients need a dose of a firm yet understanding conversation to lead them to proper management.

Glaucoma, But Not

Sometimes the damage is already done, but there’s still a job to finish.

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.

Upcoming Events

June 19, 2024

Showcasing Inflammation and IOP Control
Location: The Palm Nashville, TN
Presenters: Nora Lee Cothran, OD, and Walter Whitley, OD, MBA
Time: 6:15pm CT

Sponsored by Bausch + Lomb

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June 20, 2024

Current Thinking in Dry Eye Disease: Contemporary Perspectives on a Complex Condition
Location: Morton's The Steakhouse, Nashville, TN
Presenters: David Kading, OD, and Jessilin Quint, OD
Program: 7
:00pm CT

Sponsored by Bausch + Lomb

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June 21, 2024

SYFOVRE (pegcetacoplan injection) What every OD should know
Location: Morton's The Steakhouse, Nashville, TN
Presenters: Steven Ferrucci, OD, and Lucas Lindsell, OD, MD
Presentation: 7:00pm CT

Sponsored by Apellis

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