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July 2016

Features

OCTA: motion tells the tale
By David Huang, MD, PhD; Yali Jia, PhD; Simon S. Gao, PhD; Steven T. Bailey, MD; Thomas S. Hwang, MD
With angiography, increased speed allows an insightful look at the retina’s behavior.

To treat DME, keep steroids close
By Stephen G. Schwartz, MD, MBA and Ingrid U. Scott, MD, MPH
Anti-VEGF therapies have their value, but some patients will be treated more effectively with a synthetic steroid.

My, how this snowball has rolled
By Jerry Helzner, Contributing Editor
Before 2000, no retinal therapies. How things changed.

Trying to keep pace with 80-year-olds ...
By Evan N. Dunn, MD, and Veeral S. Sheth, MD, MBA, FACS
... and their AMD. The Big Three will have issues handling demand from our aging society.

FDA rulings advance biosimilar drugs
By Jerry Helzner, Contributing Editor
Will the marketplace welcome “generic” Lucentis and others?

When shots and steroids won’t do
By Steven A. Agemy, MD, Jessica G. Lee, MD, Ronald Gentile, MD, FACS
Centrally involved DME requires a special laser, at a special setting.

Case study: A day in our lives
By Nitish Mehta, MD
Evaluating anti-VEGFs in real-life situations.

An expert’s word on the Microstent
By Magda Rau, MD
170 implants later, this KOL can share her advice.

Leave no option unexplored
By Robert Stoneback, Associate Editor
Seeking expert advice is a smart move before making a lease or purchase decision.

Mastering IT matters, part 2
By Peter J. Polack, MD, FACS
Get it running: EMR adoption and your IT managers

As a diagnosis, DME often has company
By Wendy Lyons Sunshine, Contributing Editor
Whatever the other condition, consider speaking to an expert in that field. Everyone benefits.

Departments

Guest Editorial
By Sam Mansour, MD
General guidelines for STL

Viewpoint
Larry E. Patterson, MD
A breath of younger air

Quick Hits
By Robert Stoneback, Associate Editor

Coding & Reimbursement
By Suzanne L. Corcoran
TINs, the VBPM, and you

Visionaries and Educators
By Sheri L. Rowen, MD
Divine reinvention

IN SO MANY WORDS

Genentech’s Anne Fung, MD

THE EFFICIENT OPHTHALMOLOGIST
By Steven M. Silverstein MD, FACS
LASIK: Will it need CPR or DNR?

SPOTLIGHT ON TECHNOLOGY & TECHNIQUE
By Robert Stoneback, Associate Editor
BIOM Ready’s motto: easy does it

BEST PRACTICES
By Allan Walker
Today’s lesson: Practice building 101

FEMTO FACTOR
By Scott LaBorwit, MD
Finding your FLACS audience

THE ENLIGHTENED OFFICE
By Cynthia Matossian, MD, FACS
On hiring a subspecialist




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