Archive for May 2014

Retina Vitreous Resource Center Update [March 2014]

It is the intent of this Update to provide you with information that is practical and useful in answering your patient’s questions in your clinical practice. To that end, we present new and emerging data regarding the studies being done with antiangiogenic agents, combination therapies, pharmacological and surgical management of age-related macular degeneration. We will also include review of gene testing and gene therapy, vitamin therapy for age-related macular degeneration, emerging developments in ocular imaging, artificial vision, diabetic retinopathy update, and an induced pluripotent stem cell update.

In addition to cutting edge research information, clinical findings that are important signs to recognize when following up on patients who have had retinal detachment surgery, treatments for age-related macular degeneration, retinal vein occlusions, and other retinal diseases will be discussed. Emphasis will be placed on clinical signs that are important for re-referral to a retina subspecialist.

Practical application to your daily practices will be our focus so we can all provide the most up-to-date information and care to our patients. Additionally, distilling the research frontiers with the greatest potential for clinical applicability will enable us to give hope to our patients with severe debilitating diseases.

We encourage feedback on ways we can improve our effort to meet your educational and practice needs.

Update [March 2014]
Dr. Radtke’s current newsletter to patients and colleagues.
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