In this Issue
By Jonathan L. Prenner, MD, and Richard S. Kaiser, MD
At VBS|004, two mentors outlined their remarkable careers.
By Courtney M. Crawford, MD and Vaidehi S. Dedania, MD
By Ehsan Rahimy, MD, and S.K. Steven Houston III, MD
Pediatric retinal detachment surgery requires surgeons to adjust their goals and expectations.
From the editors of New Retina MD
Numerous advances were spotlighted at this year’s ARVO meeting in Seattle.
By Aron Shapiro
One to Watch
On surfing, simplicity, and sensory stimulation.
By Audina Berrocal, MD
An update on gene therapy from a choroideremia perspective.
By Thomas L. Edwards, PhD, FRANZCO
Telemedicine’s potential to disrupt norms paves the way for new paradigms. But how far is retina from employing the benefits it may yield?
By S.K. Steven Houston III, MD
Grab some pearls for the coming world of 3-D heads-up surgery.
By Yoshihiro Yonekawa, MD
Could retina be on the verge of a treatment for GA?
By Salman Yousuf, DO, and David Eichenbaum, MD
This class of drugs may have potential to treat several diseases. Trials are ongoing.
By Baruch D. Kuppermann, MD, PhD
A late-night IOFB leads to a new trick, and hyaloid removal prompts a Shakespearian query.
By Michael A. Klufas, MD
The First 5 Years: Beyond the Clinical Hurdles
Time spent in the car can be productive. You just need some simple prep work.
By Allen Chiang, MD
Practicing retina is challenging enough. Practicing in Aleppo is something else altogether.
By Ameen Marashi, MD
Finance Your Life
Improve your cash flow management knowledge to keep your business running well.
By Carole Foos, CPA
Consider your employees’ needs when fine-tuning work culture by understanding Maslow’s hierarchy of needs.