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July 2017 Issue of The Ophthalmologist

Welcome to the July issue of The Ophthalmologist. Upfront’s topics include revolutionizing OCT and an electric new approach to treating glaucoma. In My View sees Savak Teymoorian ask why more don’t adopt a proactive approach to glaucoma treatment, and Steve Charles shares why he believes OCT should be performed in all patients before cataract surgery, not just those receiving premium IOLs. In our Feature, The Art of Eyes, we showcase an exquisite collection of ophthalmic images. In Practice features Joseph Panarelli describing the 360° degree trabeculotomy procedure for pediatric glaucoma, and in Profession, William Flanary shares a live blog of his first ever cataract surgery to show that all surgeons, even the “rock stars,” experience a learning curve. Finally, we Sit Down With Bradley Straatsma, Founding Director of the Jules Stein Eye Institute, California, USA.

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Articles featured in this issue

Business & Profession Other

Real World Evidence – and Rat Poison

| Mark Hillen

Why practical hurdles help inferior drugs perform better in clinical trials than in real life.

Subspecialties Imaging & Diagnostics

Traveling Without Moving

| Mark Hillen

How "making light dance" can eliminate speckles from OCT scans.

Subspecialties Retina

Some Live, Some Die

| Ruth Steer

Sox 11 – the transcription factor that is decidedly double-edged in optic nerve regeneration.

Subspecialties Glaucoma

Going for Gold

| Ruth Steer

An "electric" new approach for glaucoma?

Subspecialties Imaging & Diagnostics

Consumer Reports

| Mark Hillen

Four OCT-A devices go head-to-head. Was there a winner?

Subspecialties Basic & Translational Research

Fundus-on-a-Chip

| Ruth Steer

Building a better study model for retinal disease.

Subspecialties Other

Image of the Month

A new haptics device that helps people with visual impairment interact with the world around them.

Subspecialties Glaucoma

On the Offensive

| Savak “Sev” Teymoorian

To achieve the highest quality of life for our glaucoma patients, we should be treating proactively.

Subspecialties Cataract

Not Just for Premium Patients

| Steve Charles

Performing OCT on all patients before cataract surgery prevents visual surprises.

Business & Profession Cataract

Two in One

| Arsham Sheybani and Rajendra S. Apte

Why phacovitrectomy may be a sensible option that makes cents.

Subspecialties Cataract

The Art of Eyes

Art is everywhere. Let's explore some exquisite images of all things ophthalmic…

Subspecialties Cataract

The Art of Eyes: Part 2

Art is everywhere. Let's explore some exquisite images of all things ophthalmic…

Subspecialties Cataract

The Art of Eyes: Part 3

Art is everywhere. Let's explore some exquisite images of all things ophthalmic…

Subspecialties Cataract

The Art of Eyes: Part 4

Art is everywhere. Let's explore some exquisite images of all things ophthalmic…

Subspecialties Glaucoma

Seeing Your Way to a Well-Rounded Trabeculotomy

| Joseph Panarelli

In cases of pediatric congenital glaucoma, consider 360° trabeculotomy.

Subspecialties Professional Development

From Inauspicious Beginnings…

| William E. Flanary

No-one is born a great cataract surgeon. You may struggle at first – but that's normal.

Subspecialties Retina

Unlock the Power

| Sponsored by Zeiss

Managing patients with retinal disease can be challenging

Subspecialties Retina

Precision, Power and Flexibility

| Sponsored by Heidelberg Engineering

The SPECTRALIS® SD-OCT is Heidelberg Engineering’s expandable diagnostic imaging platform

Subspecialties Retina

AngioVueHD

Technical Capabilities of the Software

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