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An informal yet insightful commentary featuring interviews and perspectives from leaders in vitreoretinal surgery as well as the next generation of retinal specialists
 
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Revealing Retina highlights the latest treatment advances and clinical research in retinal medicine from thought leaders in the field. This series features discussions about best practices in patient retinal care and the most recent developments in combating retinal diseases.Presented by
 
An informal yet insightful commentary featuring interviews and perspectives from leaders in vitreoretinal surgery as well as the next generation of retinal specialists
 
A journal club to review recent journal articles in the field of retina. The target audience are retina specialists and other healthcare professionals who want to stay up-to-date with the latest publications in the field of retina.
 
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Dr. Ozkok describes his publication on the association of Red Blood Cells Distribution Width (RDW) and vision in patients with Central or Branch Retina Vein Occlusion. Full Reference of the article: Ozkok, A., Nesmith, B. L. W., & Schaal, S. (2018). Association of Red Cell Distribution Width Values with Vision Potential in Retinal Vein Occlusio ...…
 
Dr. Mark Humayun of the University of Southern California joins to discuss his career and current and future engineering applications to treat retinal disease. More information on Dr. Humayun's work can be found at http://ibt.usc.edu/.
 
Dr. Mark Humayun of the University of Southern California joins to discuss his career and current and future engineering applications to treat retinal disease. More information on Dr. Humayun's work can be found at http://ibt.usc.edu/.
 
Dr. Prithvi Mruthyunjaya of Stanford University joins the podcast to discuss the intersection of ocular oncology and vitreoretinal surgery in his practice.
 
Dr. Prithvi Mruthyunjaya of Stanford University joins the podcast to discuss the intersection of ocular oncology and vitreoretinal surgery in his practice.
 
Dr. Will Parke joins Jay to discuss the October 2018 issue of Retinal Physician including a conversation on the IRIS registry, discussion of high-speed vitrectomy cutters, and new steroid options for uveitis coming down the pipeline. All articles are available at http://retinalphysician.com.
 
Dr. Will Parke joins Jay to discuss the October 2018 issue of Retinal Physician including a conversation on the IRIS registry, discussion of high-speed vitrectomy cutters, and new steroid options for uveitis coming down the pipeline. All articles are available at http://retinalphysician.com.
 
Dr. M. Ali Khan of the Doheny Eye Institute joins the show for a journal club regarding four recent publications: Loss to Follow-up in Wet AMD Patients Receiving Anti-VEGF Loss to Follow-up in PDR Patients receiving Anti-VEGF versus PRP Designing Phase III Clinical Trials Cross-Sectional Study of Ophthalmology Chairs in the U.S.…
 
Dr. M. Ali Khan of the Doheny Eye Institute joins the show for a journal club regarding four recent publications: Loss to Follow-up in Wet AMD Patients Receiving Anti-VEGF Loss to Follow-up in PDR Patients receiving Anti-VEGF versus PRP Designing Phase III Clinical Trials Cross-Sectional Study of Ophthalmology Chairs in the U.S.…
 
Dr. Steven Christiansen, better known as EyeSteve from http://www.eyesteve.com, joins the show to discuss studies presented at the recent Retina Society Annual Meeting.
 
Dr. Steven Christiansen, better known as EyeSteve from http://www.eyesteve.com, joins the show to discuss studies presented at the recent Retina Society Annual Meeting.
 
Jay is joined by Dr. Lisa Olmos de Koo from the University of Washington to discuss several surgical topics including the ARGUS II implant, utilizing silicone oil, and scleral buckling pearls.
 
Host: Rishi P. Singh, MD Guest: Arshad Khanani, MD Guest: Ehud Ur, MD Guest: David Boyer, MD Therapeutic options for the treatment of DR and DME have expanded, and advancements in medical imaging technologies provide a wider scope of options for efficient, accurate and reproducible diagnosis and monitoring of ocular conditions. Likewise, diabet ...…
 
Jay is joined by Dr. Lisa Olmos de Koo from the University of Washington to discuss several surgical topics including the ARGUS II implant, utilizing silicone oil, and scleral buckling pearls.
 
Dr. Eugene de Juan joins the program to discuss his career and the lessons he has learned about innovation, creativity, and entrepreneurship in retina.
 
Dr. Eugene de Juan joins the program to discuss his career and the lessons he has learned about innovation, creativity, and entrepreneurship in retina.
 
Dr. Avnish Deobhakta of New York Eye and Ear Infirmary, Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City joins the program to discuss several topics including the association between obstructive sleep apnea and central serous chorioretinopathy.
 
Dr. Avnish Deobhakta of New York Eye and Ear Infirmary, Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City joins the program to discuss several topics including the association between obstructive sleep apnea and central serous chorioretinopathy.
 
Dr. Jennifer Sun discusses 5-year results of DRCR.net Protocol S that investigated outcomes of treatment of proliferative diabetic retinopathy using traditional PRP laser vs intravitreal ranibizumab injections. Full reference: Gross, J. G., Glassman, A. R., Liu, D., Sun, J. K., Antoszyk, A. N., Baker, C. W., . . . Diabetic Retinopathy Clinical ...…
 
Dr. Irena Tsui of the University of California Los Angeles joins the program to discuss her work on the Zika virus as well as macular development in retinopathy of prematurity.
 
Dr. Irena Tsui of the University of California Los Angeles joins the program to discuss her work on the Zika virus as well as macular development in retinopathy of prematurity.
 
Dr. Ferhina Ali and Dr. M. Ali Khan join the podcast to discuss the September 2018 issue of Retinal Physician which focuses on diabetic retinopathy. The full issue can be found online at http://www.retinalphysician.com.
 
Dr. Ferhina Ali and Dr. M. Ali Khan join the podcast to discuss the September 2018 issue of Retinal Physician which focuses on diabetic retinopathy. The full issue can be found online at http://www.retinalphysician.com.
 
Dr. Emmett Cunningham joins to discuss working in industry as an ophthalmologist, the importance of innovation in retina, and handling industry conflicts of interest. He also discusses the Ophthalmology Innovation Summit.
 
Dr. Emmett Cunningham joins to discuss working in industry as an ophthalmologist, the importance of innovation in retina, and handling industry conflicts of interest. He also discusses the Ophthalmology Innovation Summit.
 
Dr. Flavio Rezende from the University of Montreal discusses what it means to have a big toolbox as a retinal surgeon and the importance of surgical versatility.
 
Dr. Flavio Rezende from the University of Montreal discusses what it means to have a big toolbox as a retinal surgeon and the importance of surgical versatility.
 
Dr. Arshad Khanani joins Jay to discuss building a clinical trial research department in private practice.
 
Dr. Arshad Khanani joins Jay to discuss building a clinical trial research department in private practice.
 
Drs. Daniel Chao and Will Parke join for a journal club discussing 3 recently published peer-reviewed articles: 27-Gauge Sutureless Intrascleral Fixation of Intraocular Lenses with Haptic Flanging: Short-Term Clinical Outcomes and a Disinsertion Force Study Endophthalmitis Rates after Bilateral Same-Day Intravitreal Anti–Vascular Endothelial Gr ...…
 
Drs. Daniel Chao and Will Parke join for a journal club discussing 3 recently published peer-reviewed articles: 27-Gauge Sutureless Intrascleral Fixation of Intraocular Lenses with Haptic Flanging: Short-Term Clinical Outcomes and a Disinsertion Force Study Endophthalmitis Rates after Bilateral Same-Day Intravitreal Anti–Vascular Endothelial Gr ...…
 
Dr. Ninel Gregori of the Bascom Palmer Eye Institute joins the program to discuss her career path, her experience with subretinal surgery and gene therapy, and mentorship.
 
Dr. Ninel Gregori of the Bascom Palmer Eye Institute joins the program to discuss her career path, her experience with subretinal surgery and gene therapy, and mentorship.
 
Jay is joined by Dr. Ajay Kuriyan from the University of Rochester to recap the highlights of the 2018 ASRS Annual Meeting, including a discussion of the DRCR.net Protocol S 5-year results which were presented and published during the meeting.
 
Jay is joined by Dr. Ajay Kuriyan from the University of Rochester to recap the highlights of the 2018 ASRS Annual Meeting, including a discussion of the DRCR.net Protocol S 5-year results which were presented and published during the meeting.
 
Dr. Adrienne Scott of Wilmer Eye Institute at Johns Hopkins University joins the show to discuss management of sickle cell retinopathy as well as underrepresented minorities in ophthalmology.
 
Dr. Adrienne Scott of Wilmer Eye Institute at Johns Hopkins University joins the show to discuss management of sickle cell retinopathy as well as underrepresented minorities in ophthalmology.
 
Dr. Camiel Boon from Leiden University Medical Center (LUMC) and Amsterdam University Medical Centers in Amsterdam discusses the results of his research work on the comparison of half-dose PDT vs micropulse laser to treat central serous chorioretinopathy. Full reference of the discussed article: van Dijk, E. H. C., Fauser, S., Breukink, M. B., ...…
 
Dr. James Vander of Wills Eye Hospital and Mid Atlantic Retina in Philadelphia, PA joins the program to answer Jay's questions about the impact of private equity on retinal practices and what this means for new attendings.
 
Dr. James Vander of Wills Eye Hospital and Mid Atlantic Retina in Philadelphia, PA joins the program to answer Jay's questions about the impact of private equity on retinal practices and what this means for new attendings.
 
Dr. Daniel Chao of University of California San Diego and Dr. Ajay Kuriyan of University of Rochester join the program to discuss residency and fellowship related issues in a journal club focusing on 3 recent articles in JAMA Ophthalmology, plus a 4th extra about dark chocolate and milk chocolate's effect on visual acuity: Retina Fellowship Sur ...…
 
Dr. Daniel Chao of University of California San Diego and Dr. Ajay Kuriyan of University of Rochester join the program to discuss residency and fellowship related issues in a journal club focusing on 3 recent articles in JAMA Ophthalmology, plus a 4th extra about dark chocolate and milk chocolate's effect on visual acuity: Retina Fellowship Sur ...…
 
Dr. Daniel Chao of University of California San Diego and Dr. M. Ali Khan of University of California Los Angeles join the show to discuss articles from the July issue of Retinal Physician. Topics discussed include chandelier versus traditional scleral buckling, heavy oils for tamponade in retinal surgery, macular buckling techniques, and supra ...…
 
Dr. Daniel Chao of University of California San Diego and Dr. M. Ali Khan of University of California Los Angeles join the show to discuss articles from the July issue of Retinal Physician. Topics discussed include chandelier versus traditional scleral buckling, heavy oils for tamponade in retinal surgery, macular buckling techniques, and supra ...…
 
Jay is joined by Dr. Nathan Steinle of California Retina Consultants to discuss pneumatic vitreolysis for vitreomacular traction.
 
Jay is joined by Dr. Nathan Steinle of California Retina Consultants to discuss pneumatic vitreolysis for vitreomacular traction.
 
Dr. Ajay Kuriyan of the University of Rochester for a journal club discussing recent publications concerning characteristics of second eye wet conversion in age related macular degeneration,macular ischemia influence on outcomes in RISE/RIDE, and micro pulse versus photodynamic laser for central serous retinopathy. Journal articles below: Outco ...…
 
Dr. Ajay Kuriyan of the University of Rochester for a journal club discussing recent publications concerning characteristics of second eye wet conversion in age related macular degeneration,macular ischemia influence on outcomes in RISE/RIDE, and micro pulse versus photodynamic laser for central serous retinopathy. Journal articles below: Outco ...…
 
This story started in the early days of VEGF's isolation in the 1970s and brought us to the discovery of ranibizumab and bevacizumab in the mid 2000s. The data revealed at the ASRS meeting in 2005 would change retina forever-and usher in a new competitor with a chance to disrupt the landscape yet again. Don't miss the final episode of this fasc ...…
 
Dr. John Kitchens of Lexington, Kentucky joins Jay for a brief discussion of utilizing a direct perfluorocarbon to silicone oil exchange in retinal surgery.
 
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