WAILEA, Hawaii – At Hawaiian Eye 2015, Andrew G. Lee, MD, stressed the importance of medical specialists to be a medical doctor first and foremost in giving the best patient care.
WAILEA, Hawaii – At Hawaiian Eye 2015, Mark Cherny, MD, shares surgical pearls for implementing femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery.
WAILEA, Hawaii – At Hawaiian Eye 2015, Daniel S. Durrie, MD, discusses how he handled a complicated case of a patient with poor visual acuity due to overmedication.
WAILEA, Hawaii – At Hawaiian Eye 2015, Jennifer Loh, MD, discusses the importance of performing corneal topography prior to cataract surgery.
WAILEA, Hawaii — Office and minor surgical procedures may be effective in the treatment of patients with ocular surface diseases who do not respond to medical treatment, a speaker said here.“Ocular surface diseases are very common in clinical practice. Medical therapies are certainly first-line treatment and can be helpful,” Christopher J. Rapuano, MD, at the Hawaiian Eye 2015 meeting.
WAILEA, Hawaii – A home monitoring device increased the chances of identifying choroidal neovascularization early and preserving vision in patients with age-related macular degeneration, according to a study presented here.Neil M. Bressler, MD, discussed results of the AREDS2 Home Study at Retina 2015. Bressler substituted for Susan B. Bressler, MD, who was unable to attend.