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This edition of the EyeCarePD newsletter is about understanding the strengths and limitations of the RNFL analysis when considering a diagnosis of glaucoma. The INTERPRET: Glaucoma training software, which many of you have had a chance to play, is all about learning and practicing common skills needed to diagnose disease. However, we also all know… Read More
This edition of the EyeCarePD Newsletter digs deeper into issues to think about when considering the utility of OCT to evaluate your glaucoma patients. With our recent post discussing the 2017 publication from the Advanced Imaging For Glaucoma Study Group, we thought now would be a good time to pick out a few of the… Read More
This edition of the EyeCarePD Newsletter provides the basic background you need to successfully use OCT to evaluate your glaucoma patients. How do you follow your patients who are Glaucoma Suspects? What about those with definitive Glaucoma? Does your algorithm vary by the extent of disease (mild, moderate, severe)? In a seminal publication by Zhang… Read More
EyeCarePD is proud to announce our latest learning program, INTERPRET: Glaucoma. Using game-based techniques we make learning fun again! Try it now. For free. You need to be good at OCT interpretation to be good at your job. This course will begin your transformation into an OCT expert. After showing you how to find pathologies… Read More
This edition of the EyeCarePD newsletter is about the treatment of clinically significant diabetic macular edema and provides case examples. As discussed in a previous newsletter, all clinically significant macular edema (CSME) is Diabetic Macular Edema (DME), but not all DME is CSME. Furthermore, CSME is commonly divided into center-involving clinically significant macular edema (ci-CSME)… Read More