How OCT can be a powerful tool for detecting choroidal neovascularization in a variety of retinal diseases.
Updated approaches involve vitrectomy, lasers, direct PFCL-to-silicone oil (SO) exchange and more.
Concern for retinal tears in the fellow eye leads to a workup that goes in a different direction.
Standard operating procedures can save time and effort for practices participating in
Pearls for using or removing an air bubble to ensure a perfect silicone oil fill.
What the 60-day rule for Medicare overpayments really means.
SAKURA results point the way to successful tapering of steroids in noninfectious posterior uveitis.
Top-line results through 12 months show sustained effect of three-year insert for
noninfectious posterior uveitis.