Tag Archives: Glaucoma

To dilate or not? Tips4EyeDocs Daily for 01/11/2012 – No. 23

FROM THE EDITOR: As often as the sun rises and sets, there will always be a frank and open discussion of the dilated eye examination. For many, it is a “line-in-the-sand” where a patient could be denied care if the … Continue reading

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Alternate Practice Revenue? Part 2, Tips4EyeDocs Daily for 10 JAN 2012 No. 22

FROM THE EDITOR The fitness industry has an annual January ritual, known as the “January effect” (Bishop and Klein, 2010 at http://athleticbusiness.com/articles/article.aspx?articleid=3659&zoneid=22). It’s built around the post-holiday guilt of over indulgence and lack of exercise. For most clubs and fitness … Continue reading

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Tips4EyeDocs Daily – 12/23/2011 – No 9 – Continuing your education

FROM THE EDITOR The wisdom of years of practice brings a precious chance to introspect. Over the years of active practice, I had managed hundreds of glaucoma patients of every conceivable color or shape. Yet I still wasn’t legislatively recognized … Continue reading

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Case #005 Epithelial staining s/p Gonioscopy

It’s inevitable that some kind of epithelial microtrauma will occur with gonioscopy. This is especially true where the patient is anxious and blepharospastic. The value of doing the procedure is always weighed against the extent of the microtrauma that will … Continue reading

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