NOV 2012

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

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4 EW Table of Contents November 2012 WORLD VIEW 8 The glaucoma times they are a-changin' Reay H. Brown, M.D Using cataract surgery as a treatment for ocular hypertension 38 Experts say the recent long-term results from OHTS indicate phaco may be beneficial by Michelle Dalton Glaucoma surgical option may appeal to cataract surgeons 40 Surgeons say successful implantation of the first micro-incisional glaucoma device likely depends more on anatomy knowledge than surgical technique by Rich Daly Considering a combined cataract and aqueous shunt procedure for glaucoma patients 42 Uncommon approach garners praise for a select group by Vanessa Caceres Cover image: Karl Brasse, M.D., EyeLand Design, Germany Cataract/glaucoma combined surgeries 38-45 Feature November 2012 NEWS & OPINION Regulatory, other issues remain in CXL treatment 3 by Erin L. Boyle Pharmaceutical focus A new wrinkle for general practitioners 18 Casting a fresh eye on neuromodulators and fillers by Maxine Lipner Weighing combinations 44 Phacoemulsification with ab interno trabeculectomy or ECP by Maxine Lipner Eyeing new approaches to treat and prevent ocular allergies 29 SLIT undergoes scrutiny in review article by Vanessa Caceres A matter of degree 30 Dr. Noreika discusses the value of completing an M.B.A. program by J.C. Noreika, M.D., M.B.A. Chief medical editor's corner of the world Having mentors—it matters 20 Dr. Chang interviews Rolando Toyos, M.D., about his initiative to expose young Hispanic medical students to ophthalmology by David F. Chang, M.D. 12 Anterior segment grand rounds Taking the spin out of toric rotation: Part 1 12 Dr. Safran consults with prominent ophthalmologists on an unexpected case of toric lens rotation by Steven G. Safran, M.D. 32 Tools & techniques Glued IOL scaffolding: A new technique to provide support during nuclear fragment removal 16 Dr. Agarwal describes how he combines the glued IOL technique with the IOL scaffold technique for glued IOL scaffolding by Amar Agarwal, F.R.C.S. Touch and treat function makes lasers more innovative in the retina space 26 AMD may be out, but lasers for diabetic retinopathy couldn't be more cutting edge by Matt Young Russian researchers practice two-stage correction of high myopia 33 Researchers describe positive differences of cornea rehabilitation after trans-PRK by A.I. Myagkikh, Ph.D., E.V. Makurin, E.A. Subbotin, M.A. Samoylova. Complicated cataract cases Cataract surgery and diabetes 50 Dr. Oetting discusses his approach to patients with diabetes mellitus Thomas A. Oetting, M.D. Providing better treatment to elderly patients 23 Patients aren't just "older adults" by Vanessa Caceres REFRACTIVE Phakic IOLs still on periphery 32 Although visual outcomes slightly favor phakic IOLs over LASIK in moderate myopes, the lenses are still not as popular an option by Michelle Dalton 46 CATARACT Cataract editor's corner of the world Post-surgical ptosis 48 Experts explore causes and treatments of condition by Jena Passut SECONDARY FEATURE Combating patient noncompliance 46 Exploring drug delivery devices for glaucoma medication by Enette Ngoei

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