OCT 2013

EyeWorld is the official news magazine of the American Society of Cataract & Refractive Surgery.

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October 2013 EW Table of Contents 8 NIH study shows value of aquaporins 44 Aquaporins could play a key role in treatments for cataracts by Ellen Stodola Glaucoma Subspecialty Day at AAO promises varied program G LAUC OM A 54 What our glaucoma patients know—and what they don't 64 The subspecialty day will feature case-based presentations for part of the program to create an interactive forum by Erin L. Boyle Glaucoma editor's corner of the world Dr. Realini discusses the importance of education in helping patients meet their therapeutic goals by Tony Realini, MD Controlling IOP variability key in glaucoma management 71 The therapeutic value of IOP reduction in glaucoma has been well established in many clinical trials. Less clear is the specific therapeutic goal of IOP reduction. What is the IOP profile of a well-controlled glaucoma patient? by Tony Realini CORNE A Device focus Techniques, tools differ for DALK 56 A much more technically difficult procedure than PK, DALK is slowly gaining ground by Michelle Dalton 46 67 A AO PR EVIEW: N E W O R L EA N S 2013 Which glaucoma suspects should we worry about most? OIS returns to AAO for the fifth year 46 67 New data may help better determine which glaucoma suspects are at highest risk for developing glaucoma by Tony Realini, MD by Ellen Stodola 84 S EC O N D A RY FEAT U R E Steps to adopting the iStent for comprehensive cataract surgeons 84 Tips on getting started by Maxine Lipner 56 AAO annual meeting to feature variety of topics and offerings 48 The Academy prepares for annual meeting with several new features by Ellen Stodola Tools & techniques Descemet's stripping automated endothelial keratoplasty graft insertion using a 27-G needle pull-through technique 58 Dr. Cerda describes a new graft insertion technique for DSAEK using a Busin glide with a bent 27-G needle instead of forceps by Alejandro Cerda, MD Cataract subspecialty day offerings at this year's AAO meeting 50 An eye-opening look at eye brightening procedures 60 Refractive Surgery Subspecialty Day gears up for AAO 51 Sleep disorders linked to glaucoma, floppy eyelid syndrome 68 A spate of new studies has rejuvenated the interest in the association between these disorders by Michelle Dalton Corneal crosslinking: The importance of screening and counseling in keratoconus patients 62 This year's subspecialty days will feature an array of cataract-related topics for the anterior segment surgeon by Erin L. Boyle by Ellen Stodola Cornea Subspecialty Day back at AAO 52 by Ellen Stodola Surgeons focus on removing redness by Vanessa Caceres The odds of success can be reduced without a thorough preoperative screening, followed by careful management postoperatively by Arthur B. Cummings, MB ChB, FCS(SA), MMed (Ophth), FRCS(Edin) Advanced techniques for complex cataracts 70 Clinical pearls for dealing with challenging cataract cases by Tony Realini R EF R A C TI V E SU R GERY Expanding options for phakic lenses 86 A growing demand for phakic lenses may soon be met by a growing number of options by Rich Daly When newer is better: Comparing the IntraLase laser systems 88 by Edward E. Manche, MD I N T ER N AT IO N A L International outlook The art of seeing eye-to-eye 90 From napkins to sand, there are many nontraditional, effective ways for ophthalmologists globally to get their messages across in practice and at professional venues by Matt Young 71

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