January/February 2020


In this Issue

The Interventional Glaucoma Mindset

A new way of seeing and treating glaucoma is taking shape.



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Chief Medical Editor’s Page

The Crooked Way

By Iqbal Ike K. Ahmed, MD, FRCSC


Predicting Disease

Investigators explored ways to identify patients at increased risk of developing glaucoma or experiencing disease progression.

By Cissy Yang, MD; and Noga Harizman, MD


Small Eye, Big Pressure

Abnormal corneas render clinical decision-making more complex.

By Devesh K. Varma, MD, FRCSC; Lauren S. Blieden, MD; Georges M. Durr, MD, FRCSC; and H. George Tanaka, MD


Surgeons and Athletes

Game-day tools can benefit young ophthalmologists in their surgical training.

By Austin R. Fox, MD


Building a Visual Health Program in El Salvador

A 30-year partnership has created a comprehensive eye care service, but can it be sustained?

By Paul R. Cotran, MD; and Sidney Somoza, MD


Visual Disturbances in Headache

Just a pain for the patient or a canary in a coal mine?

By Kimberly M. Winges, MD


Keys to Success With the iStent inject

Strategies for optimizing surgical outcomes and managing patient expectations.

By I. Paul Singh, MD


An Introduction to IG

By Iqbal Ike K. Ahmed, MD, FRCSC

What Does Interventional Glaucoma Mean to You?

By Jason Bacharach, MD; Lauren S. Blieden, MD; Craig Chaya, MD; Steven R. Sarkisian Jr, MD; Ian Conner, MD, PhD; Leonard K. Seibold, MD; and H. George Tanaka, MD

A Commitment to Quality of Life

Safety and efficacy are no longer enough.

By Manjool Shah, MD

The Power of Registry Data

Acquiring some insights … and many more questions.

By Arsham Sheybani, MD

Notes From the Visionaries

Insights on the current and future states of glaucoma care, shared at the 2019 IGC meeting.

By Yvonne Ou, MD; Joel S. Schuman, MD; Jeffrey L. Goldberg, MD, PhD; and Richard A. Lewis, MD

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