Best Vitrectomy podcasts we could find (Updated November 2018)
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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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Drs. Yasha Modi and Will Parke sit down live at the AAO 2018 Annual Meeting for a journal club including discussion of DRIL in retinal vein occlusion, sickle cell retinopathy characteristics, and the utility of scleral depression when examining eyes with posterior vitreous detachments. DRIL as a Biomarker Sickle Cell Retinopathy Characteristics ...…
 
Jay is joined live at the AAO 2018 Annual Meeting by four retinal surgeons to discuss the November 2018 issue of Retinal Physician, which can be found at http://www.retinalphysician.com. Topics covered include management of pigment epithelial detachments in age-related macular degeneration, nanotechnology advances, uveitis in multiple sclerosis ...…
 
Drs. David Eichenbaum, Ryan Isom, and Chirag Shah conduct a roundtable practice management discussion including use of sample medications, treating uninsured patients, and thoughts on private equity.
 
Dr. Diana Do of Stanford University joins the program to discuss how she applies clinical trial data for PDR/DME to her practice patterns and more.
 
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. 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. 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.
 
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. 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. 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. 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 ...…
 
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.
 
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. 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. 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.
 
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. John Kitchens of Lexington, Kentucky joins Jay for a brief discussion of utilizing a direct perfluorocarbon to silicone oil exchange in retinal surgery.
 
Dr. Marco Mura of Wilmer Eye Institute at Johns Hopkins University joins the program to discuss robotic surgery in ophthalmology, macular buckling, and other topics.
 
Dr. Will Parke joins Jay to discuss articles from the June 2018 issue of Retinal Physician, published in print and online at http://www.retinalphysician.com. Articles discussed cover topics such as managing coexisting anterior and posterior segment conditions, Eales disease, comanaging uveitis, and secondary IOL techniques.…
 
Dr. Gaurav Shah of The Retina Institute in St. Louis, Missouri joins Jay to discuss what graduating retina fellows can do in the last month of fellowship to prepare for life in the real world.
 
Drs. Daniel Chao of the University of California San Diego and Ajay Kuriyan of the University of Rochester join the program to discuss three recent publications as part of a journal club: Follow-up in Proliferative Diabetic Retinopathy (hyperlink) ILM Peeling in Grade B PVR RRD (hyperlink) Wide-field OCT Imaging of PVD (hyperlink)…
 
Dr. Gary Wortz, host of Ophthalmology Off The Grid, joins the program to discuss his perspective as an anterior segment surgeon, secondary intraocular lenses, and podcasting.
 
Drs. Ryan Isom, Will Parke, and Chirag Shah discuss practice management pearls for graduating fellows and new attendings including how to schedule patients, how to build a referral base, and typical practice meeting topics.
 
Dr. Jesse Berry of the University of Southern California discusses her team's groundbreaking publication on aqueous humor liquid biopsy for retinoblastoma as well as other topics including her website http://www.modamd.com
 
Jay is joined by Dr. Ajay Kuriyan of the University of Rochester to review the May issue of Retinal Physician, available online at http://www.retinalphysician.com, focusing on surgically oriented articles regarding bimanual vitrectomy, diabetic vitrectomy, management of dropped crystalline lenses, and new instrumentation.…
 
Dr. William Mieler of the University of Illinois Chicago discusses approaching ruptured globe and intraocular foreign body cases and other topics including academic medicine and posterior segment drug delivery
 
Dr. Namrata Saroj of Regeneron Pharmaceuticals and then Dr. Anne Fung of Genentech join Jay to discuss transitioning into working in the retina industry as a medical professional.
 
Dr. Michael Jumper of West Coast Retina joins the show to describe his technique of external drainage during vitrectomy for repair of retinal detachment.
 
Dr. Jayanth Sridhar of the Bascom Palmer Eye Institute at the University of Miami joins us today, not as the host but rather as our special guest. In this episode, we discuss his career path, his experience in medical education, and how this led to the initiation of the Straight from the Cutter's Mouth podcast.…
 
Dr. Yasha Modi and Jay discuss articles from the April issue of Retinal Physician including a discussion of surgical management for exudative retinal detachments and macular degeneration drug development. All articles discussed can be found at http://www.retinalphysician.com
 
Dr. Jonathan Chang of the University of Wisconsin-Madison and Dr. Ali Khan of the Doheny Eye Institute join the show to discuss three recent articles, the first concerning aqueous biomarkers associated with diabetic macular edema treated with intravitreal ranibizumab, the second regarding systemic VEGF levels after different anti-VEGF intravitr ...…
 
Disclosures: Dr. Albini has no relevant financial disclosures. Dr. Moshfeghi is a consultant for Regeneron. Dr. Wykoff is a speaker and consultant for Regeneron. Live from the 6th annual Vit-Buckle Society meeting Drs. Tom Albini, Andrew Moshfeghi, and Charlie Wykoff join the show to discuss a hot issue in retina today, the aflibercept-associat ...…
 
Dr. Mark Blumenkranz, professor emeritus and former long-time chair of the department of ophthalmology at Stanford University, joins the program to discuss his career trajectory, working with industry as a retinal specialist, running an ophthalmology department as chair in the 21st century, and pattern-scanning versus traditional argon laser.…
 
Dr. Anita Agarwal of West Coast Retina joins the podcast to discuss her journey from training in India to practicing in the United States, working with Dr. Donald J. Gass, and transitioning from private practice to an academic university. ####### [1:08] Introduction [1:23] How did you end up as an ophthalmologist and retina specialist? [16:08] ...…
 
Dr. Efrem Mandelcorn from Toronto, Canada joins the program to discuss hydrodissection for chronic persistent full thickness macular holes, pneumatic retinopexy, and approaches to uveitis as a beginning retinal specialist.
 
Dr. Daniel Chao and Dr. Yasha Modi join Jay to discuss the March issue of Retinal Physician and preview four of the articles concerning cataract surgery considerations in the setting of diabetic retinopathy, large multi center trials for polypoidal vasculopathy, preventing endophthalmitis after intravitreal injections, and cell therapy possibil ...…
 
Dr. Jonathan Chang of University of Wisconsin-Madison and Dr. Ajay Kuriyan of University of Rochester join the program for a journal club discussing three recent articles in Ophthalmology concerning panretinal laser versus panretinal laser combined with anti-VEGF for high-risk proliferative diabetic retinopathy, an IRIS registry study describin ...…
 
Dr. Maria Berrocal of Berrocal & Associates in San Juan, Puerto Rico joins the program to share her expertise in the field of diabetic vitrectomy including patient selection and timing, preoperative considerations, and intraoperative techniques for approaching diabetic tractional detachments. ####### [1:00] Introduction [2:01] What attracted yo ...…
 
Dr. Jonathan Chang of University of Wisconsin-Madison and Dr. Will Parke of VitreoRetinal Surgery PA join for a stepwise group literature-based discussion of treatment options for submacular hemorrhage, including anti-VEGF therapy, pneumatic displacement, and pars plana vitrectomy.
 
For the second straight year matched ophthalmology residency applicants at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine (Daniela Reyes-Capo, Karam Alawa, Louie Cai) join the program to answer questions about the ophthalmology match from future applicants (Angela Chang, Michael Venincasa). ###### [1:00] Introduction [2:30] Why ophthalmology ...…
 
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