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Glaucomatous damage can eventually make your patient a dangerous driver. Here's how to stay on top of the situation.
Many conditions besides glaucoma can produce the appearance of the disease.
Overuse of testing can have a negative impact on the patient, the doctor and the health-care system.
Endoscopic cyclophotocoagulation is less widely used than many other procedures, but has some strong points in its favor.
As more glaucoma specialists rely on this technology, being aware of its limitations has become increasingly important.
While both tube shunts and trabeculectomies have advantages, choosing between them may come down to surgeon preference.
Pharmaceutical therapies can cause or worsen ocular surface disease. Here’s how to minimize the problem.
Incomplete communication with patients can have serious consequences. Here’s how to get it right the first time.
These popular drugs are causing previously unnoticed cosmetic changes that can be problematic for patients—and doctors.
As surgical options proliferate, it may help to use this simple mnemonic device to make sure you consider every factor.
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